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Create sign-up groups 
The VLE @ GSA 
How to…
Self-Enrol groups are an easy 
way to allow students to sign 
up for electives, workshops or 
events. 
In the Control Pane...
Add a name for the group set, 
and any descriptive text.
If the purpose of using the Self- 
Enrol groups tool is purely to 
populate class lists, Tool 
Availability can be de-sele...
Add a name and any descriptive 
information to be displayed on 
the sign-up sheet. 
If you have a capacity for 
certain gr...
The 5 groups have been created. 
Settings can be edited (e.g. if you wish 
to make the group name more specific) 
by click...
To make the Self-Enrol groups available 
to students, navigate to a content area 
(e.g. Learning Materials). Click on the ...
Click on Link to a Group or 
Group Set and select the Group 
Set you have created. Click 
Next.
Add a name for the link and any 
information you wish. 
Set availability and click Submit.
A sign up link now appears at the 
bottom of the content area. This can be 
repositioned by clicking and dragging.
Click Edit Mode off to preview what 
students will see. Click the sign-up link.
This is a preview of what students will 
see. Once they have received 
information on the different options, 
they can sig...
When a student signs up, they 
will see their name on the 
Group Members list and the 
name of the group under My 
Groups....
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The VLE @ GSA 
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  1. 1. Create sign-up groups The VLE @ GSA How to…
  2. 2. Self-Enrol groups are an easy way to allow students to sign up for electives, workshops or events. In the Control Panel, choose Users and Groups > Groups. Click Create Group Set > Self- Enrol. N.B. You can also create a single Self-Enrol group by clicking Create Single Group > Self-Enrol.
  3. 3. Add a name for the group set, and any descriptive text.
  4. 4. If the purpose of using the Self- Enrol groups tool is purely to populate class lists, Tool Availability can be de-selected. However, you may also wish students to give students access Journals or Blogs, for example. This can be edited at any stage.
  5. 5. Add a name and any descriptive information to be displayed on the sign-up sheet. If you have a capacity for certain group sizes, you can specify here. You can also set the number of groups you wish to create here. So if there are 5 different workshops for students to choose between, create 5 groups.
  6. 6. The 5 groups have been created. Settings can be edited (e.g. if you wish to make the group name more specific) by clicking the arrow to the right of the name and choosing Edit Group.
  7. 7. To make the Self-Enrol groups available to students, navigate to a content area (e.g. Learning Materials). Click on the Tools menu and choose Groups.
  8. 8. Click on Link to a Group or Group Set and select the Group Set you have created. Click Next.
  9. 9. Add a name for the link and any information you wish. Set availability and click Submit.
  10. 10. A sign up link now appears at the bottom of the content area. This can be repositioned by clicking and dragging.
  11. 11. Click Edit Mode off to preview what students will see. Click the sign-up link.
  12. 12. This is a preview of what students will see. Once they have received information on the different options, they can sign up by clicking a button.
  13. 13. When a student signs up, they will see their name on the Group Members list and the name of the group under My Groups. They will also have access to any Tools that have been left available to the group.
  14. 14. Create sign-up groups The VLE @ GSA How to…
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