Technology Enhanced Learning Team


Enrolment/Access: Can I get access to a course on QMplus that already exists (either my own or someone else’s)?

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Note: This guide is relevant until mid-August 2022. Guidance relevant to the new QMplus theme will then be available here

To have access to a course on QMplus, you need to be enrolled on it. Typically, if you requested the course to be created in QMplus, then you will already have been enrolled on to it.

If you need to gain access to a course area that you did not request then, you will need to be manually enrolled on the course. This can be done by a number of people:

  1. One of your own School or Departmental administrative staff – several departments have administrative staff who can enrol people on to QMplus course areas as required. Please check with your Shool administrative team to see if this option is available.  If you do not know who this is within your School/Department, please find a link to the list here.
  2. Another member of staff who has Teacher access to the course area – they can enrol you on to the course area themselves, they do not need to raise a Helpdesk ticket. See How can I give other users access to my course area on QMplus?
  3. The Helpdesk – if there are any other members of staff currently enrolled on the course area the Helpdesk staff will contact them to ensure they are aware of your request for access.

Some courses on QMplus allow self-enrolment or guest access which means that you can access them without having to ask someone to enrol you.

You may also want to read: How can I give other users access to my course area on QMplus?

Did this answer your query? If not, you can raise a ticket on the online Helpdesk or email: . Alternatively you can also request a particular guide or highlight an error in this guide using our guides request tracker.

Produced by the the Technology Enhanced Learning Team at Queen Mary University of London.

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