This is part of our Curriculum Solution. You will not have this option if you are a free user.
In this article, we will cover the different permission levels that can be assigned to users within the curriculum platform. Assigning permission levels and organizing roles within a school or district can ensure content is not being published before it has been reviewed, or deleted accidentally.
Users can be assigned three different permission levels within Chalk: Publisher, Creator, and Viewer.
- The Publisher permission has the ability to edit map content, create new maps/drafts and has the ability to publish, archive, and restore archived maps.
- This role is recommended for administrators or subject area experts involved in the review and publishing process.
- The Creator permission has the ability to edit map content, create new maps/drafts, but does not have the ability to publish, archive or restore archived maps.
- This role is recommended for subject area experts and teachers actively involved in the curriculum development process.
- The Viewer permission can only view content in published curriculum maps. It does not allow for users to create/edit maps or enter drafts.
- This role is recommended for teachers who are not actively involved in the curriculum development process but will access and utilize the curriculum content.
Note: It is important to identify these roles within your organization as it allows for improved organization, easier review processes, and accessibility.
For more information on how to set user permissions as the Institution Admin, click here.