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22 lang/en_us/help/enrolmentkey.html
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1   -<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>Course Enrollment Key</B></P>
  1 +<p align="center"><b>Course Enrollment Key</b></p>
2 2
3   -<P>A course enrollment key is what keeps unwanted people
4   - out of your course.
  3 +<p>A course enrollment key is what keeps unwanted people
  4 + out of your course.</p>
5 5
6   -<P>If you leave this blank, then anyone who has created
  6 +<p>If you leave this blank, then anyone who has created
7 7 a Moodle username on this site will be able to enroll
8   - in your course simply by going in to it.
  8 + in your course simply by going in to it.</p>
9 9
10   -<P>If you put something here, then students who are trying
  10 +<p>If you put something here, then students who are trying
11 11 to get in for the FIRST TIME ONLY will be asked to supply
12   - this word or phrase.
  12 + this word or phrase.</p>
13 13
14   -<P>The idea is that you will supply the key to authorized
  14 +<p>The idea is that you will supply the key to authorized
15 15 people using another means like private email, snail mail,
16   - on the phone or even verbally in a face to face class.
  16 + on the phone or even verbally in a face to face class.</p>
17 17
18   -<P>If this password "gets out" and you have unwanted people
  18 +<p>If this password "gets out" and you have unwanted people
19 19 enrolling, you can unenroll them (see their user profile page)
20 20 and change this key. Any legitimate students who have already
21 21 enrolled will not be affected, but the unwanted people won't be
22   - able to get back in.
  22 + able to get back in.</p>
23 23
20 lang/en_us/help/guestaccess.html
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1   -<P ALIGN=CENTER><B>Guest Access</B></P>
  1 +<p align="center"><b>Guest Access</b></p>
2 2
3   -<P>You have the choice of allowing "guests" into your course.
  3 +<p>You have the choice of allowing "guests" into your course.</p>
4 4
5   -<P>People can log in as guests using the "Login as a guest" button
6   - on the login screen.
  5 +<p>People can log in as guests using the "Login as a guest" button
  6 + on the login screen.</p>
7 7
8   -<P>Guests ALWAYS have "read-only" access - meaning they can't leave
9   - any posts or otherwise mess up the course for real students.
  8 +<p>Guests ALWAYS have "read-only" access - meaning they can't leave
  9 + any posts or otherwise mess up the course for real students.</p>
10 10
11   -<P>This can be handy when you want to let a colleague in to
  11 +<p>This can be handy when you want to let a colleague in to
12 12 look around at your work, or to let students see a course before
13   - they have decided to enroll.
  13 + they have decided to enroll.</p>
14 14
15   -<P>Note that you have a choice between two types of guest access:
  15 +<p>Note that you have a choice between two types of guest access:
16 16 with the enrollment key or without. If you choose to allow
17 17 guests who have the key, then the guest will need to provide
18 18 the current enrollment key EVERY TIME they log in (unlike
19 19 students who only need to do it once). This lets you restrict
20 20 your guests. If you choose to allow guests without a key, then
21   - anyone can get straight into your course.
  21 + anyone can get straight into your course.</p>

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