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If you would like a Program Assistant and/or TA (Teaching Assistants) added to your offering's Canvas site, please contact [https://help.evergreen.edu/ Academic Technologies].
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Faculty are not able to add people to their Canvas site in a Student, TA, or Teacher role. This is intended to prevent possible FERPA issues. If you would like a Program/Teaching Assistant (TA), SIT, or fellow faculty added to your offering's Canvas site, please submit a request at [https://help.evergreen.edu/ help.evergreen.edu].
  
 
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'''IMPORTANT NOTE:''' Students enrolled in the course for credit cannot be promoted to the role of Program Assistant or TA due to FERPA.
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'''IMPORTANT NOTE: Students enrolled in the course for credit cannot be promoted to the role of Program Assistant or TA due to FERPA.'''
  
Faculty have the ability to add users to their curricular sites in the Canvas role of Observer.
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For more information about FERPA, please see [https://www.evergreen.edu/ferpa/officials FERPA Information for Faculty and Staff] at the Evergreen website.
  
If you would like someone added in the role of Program/Teaching Assistant or Faculty, please contact Academic Technologies.
 
  
If you would like to add a student who is not registered for your offering, please submit an LMS Exception Request.
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====What the TA Canvas role is for Program/Teaching Assistants====
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A hired TA, SIT, or another faculty that the primary faculty of the course would like to allow review and/or grading/assessment of coursework.  '''This role can not be assigned to students enrolled in the class for credit.''' Once someone is added in the TA role, they will have access to all files that have been uploaded to the course, including the work submitted by their peers.
  
====Observer====
 
This puts a student TA into a "course-building" role. They are able to upload files, create links to files and make other Activities and Resources. They can also create attendance sessions and take attendance, this is the one module they have full access to.  They have limited to no access to other student data or ability to add some of the more complex features in Moodle.
 
  
'''This role is intended for students who are either enrolled in the class or not.  In either case, to make this work faculty will have to request a student staff account through their Academic Computing liaison.'''
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====How to submit a request to have a TA added to your Canvas site====
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If you would like someone added in the role of Program/Teaching Assistant or Faculty, please submit a request to Academic Technologies through [https://help.evergreen.edu/ help.evergreen.edu] > Technology Help > Get Tech Help.
  
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Your request should include:
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*your name
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*the name of and year(s)/term(s) for your offering
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*full name and Evergreen username of the person you would like added
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*what role you would like the person added as (TA, Teacher)
  
====Faculty Assistant (Grader)====
 
A hired TA or another faculty that the primary faculty of the course would like to allow limited review and/grading of coursework.  This role will not be assigned to students enrolled in this class for credit. Once someone with this role is added, they will have access to all files that have been uploaded to the course, including the work submitted by their peers.
 
  
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====LMS Access Exception for students who are not registered for your offering====
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If you would like to add/enroll a student to your Canvas or WordPress site who is not registered for your offering, please see this help wiki guide, [[LMS Access Exception Process for Faculty]], and submit an LMS Exception Request via [https://help.evergreen.edu/ help.evergreen.edu].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 16:21, 22 September 2021

Faculty are not able to add people to their Canvas site in a Student, TA, or Teacher role. This is intended to prevent possible FERPA issues. If you would like a Program/Teaching Assistant (TA), SIT, or fellow faculty added to your offering's Canvas site, please submit a request at help.evergreen.edu.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Students enrolled in the course for credit cannot be promoted to the role of Program Assistant or TA due to FERPA.

For more information about FERPA, please see FERPA Information for Faculty and Staff at the Evergreen website.


What the TA Canvas role is for Program/Teaching Assistants

A hired TA, SIT, or another faculty that the primary faculty of the course would like to allow review and/or grading/assessment of coursework. This role can not be assigned to students enrolled in the class for credit. Once someone is added in the TA role, they will have access to all files that have been uploaded to the course, including the work submitted by their peers.


How to submit a request to have a TA added to your Canvas site

If you would like someone added in the role of Program/Teaching Assistant or Faculty, please submit a request to Academic Technologies through help.evergreen.edu > Technology Help > Get Tech Help.

Your request should include:

  • your name
  • the name of and year(s)/term(s) for your offering
  • full name and Evergreen username of the person you would like added
  • what role you would like the person added as (TA, Teacher)


LMS Access Exception for students who are not registered for your offering

If you would like to add/enroll a student to your Canvas or WordPress site who is not registered for your offering, please see this help wiki guide, LMS Access Exception Process for Faculty, and submit an LMS Exception Request via help.evergreen.edu.