Content Management

 Content Management

All Author users in LAMS 2.0 have access to the Authoring interface. By default, these users will see the following default folders:

  • Private (the user personal folder. No one but she can view the content of it)
  • Current Courses
  • Archived Courses
  • Public (everyone can see everything here)
  • Shared Folders (LAMS 2.1)

Default content folder permissions

A course manager or author for a course will have:

  • Private (Read, Write, Create, Delete permissions for everything on this folder)
  • Current Courses: Read access. The subfolders under the Current Courses folder are the actual Course Content Folders in which he/she is an Author, In the subfolders he/she will have:
    • Read, Write, Create permissions for all content in the folder. This implies that he/see can update items created by somebody else.
    • Delete item created by the the user.
  • Public:  
    • Read, Write, Create permissions for all content in the folder. This implies that he/see can update items created by somebody else.
    • Delete item created by the the user.
  • Archived Courses: Read access. The subfolders under the Archived Courses folder are the actual Course Content Folders in which he/she is an Author. In the subfolders he/she will have: 
    • Read, Write, Create permissions for all content in the folder. This implies that he/see can update items created by somebody else.
    • Delete item created by the the user.

Moving sequences across default folders should carry a warning message asking the user whether he really want to move (and delete the original) or copy the file.

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