Make a Request
Request Administrative Access to CourseWorks:
CourseWorks administrative access is granted to people who:
Help faculty develop course websites.
Assist faculty and/or students in using CourseWorks or gaining access to courses.
Perform senior departmental support staff duties (AAs/GAs), act as departmental management (Deans, Chairs, Coordinators), or work as a student employee.
Need to view the content of many courses within a subject area.
Provide course content to students who are shopping for courses.
Please Note: This form is for departmental personnel who need access to groups of courses for administrative purposes. If you are a Teaching Assistant, do not use this form. Contact your supervising instructor or department for access to a specific course.
Different levels of access can be granted:
Edit Access: Enables a user to view and update courses in CourseWorks.
View Access: Provides a user with the ability to view courses in CourseWorks but not edit them.
Full Access (Restricted): Full administrative to the CourseWorks site (excluding access to sensitive student data like Class Email, Discussion, Gradebook, Test & Quiz.)
Full Access: Full administrative access to CourseWorks (including access to sensitive student information like Class Email, Discussions, Gradebook, Test & Quiz.)
Requirements for Requesting Access
Before submitting a request for administrative access, please ensure that you have the following required information:
The four-letter "subject code" for the departments or divisions whose courses you need to access.
The name and e-mail address of the senior administrator who has authority to grant access to all course sites within a department. This is normally an academic dean or department chair.
Codes and Definitions
The definition of sensitive student information
Note: Requests for access will be completed once appropriate approvals have been received by CUIT.
Service is available 24x7 except during preannounced maintenance periods.
Upload textbook information, syllabus, lecture content, and assignments as text or files
Conduct online tests, quizzes and discussions
Communicate with students via email and announcements
Grade student assignments and upload student grades
Conduct group work
View and download content posted by instructors
Participate in online discussions, tests and quizzes
Submit assignments and participate in group work
View their grades and submit online evaluations