How do I add a Teaching Assistant to my course?

You will learn how to add a Teaching Assistant/Graduate Assistant to your course in TITANium.

Due to federal regulations (FERPA) and contract agreements, the only people who should be grading or entering grades should be those who are hired by the University, as they receive FERPA training. If the student is employed by the university, they will have an account/access to TITANium, and a faculty member can add those TAs into the course as a Non-editing teacher.

1. Enter your course in TITANium.

course main page

2. Click on Participants in the Nav drawer.

Tip: If the Nav drawer is not displayed, click on the Hamburger icon.

Participants in the Nav drawer is selected

3. Click on Enroll users.

Enroll users is selected.

4. Type the user's first and last name in the search field.

Search field is selected.

5. Select the desired user's name.

user's name is selected

6. Using the drop down menu, select the desired role.

You have the Teacher role in your course. This allows you to add any user to your course and give them one of five roles.

Student = User can access only course content that the Teacher allows. This is the default role.

Teacher = User has the same role as you have, meaning control over all content including access to all student grades within the course

Non-editing teacher = User can access and grade Activities, but cannot change the value of Grade items in the Gradebook, although the non-editing teacher can view the gradebook, he cannot change student grades direclty in the gradebook.

Non-grading Teacher = User can add content/Resources/Activities to the course, but cannot access the student Grades.

Non-grading teacher is selected in the dropdown.

7. Click on Enroll selected users and cohorts.

Enroll button is selected.

8. The user is now enrolled in your course as a Non-grading teacher.

User now appears in Enrolled users list

Article Summary

You have now learned how to add a Teaching Assistant/Graduate Assistant to your course in TITANium.