Roles

Roles

administrator

This is the top level of access for the system (minus one "main" account set up by IT that is known to the admins, but unused).

Who: Web Developer and Digital Communications Manager (Steph and Derik)

What: Access to virtually everything in the system

webadmin_coordinator

This is one level below administrator. These users can create users in the system, assign them to sites, build all aspects of sites. Most administrative/development features are turned off for this user, but everything related to maintaining sites and web admins should be accessible.

Who: Project Coordinator, possibly other web team members

What: Content approval or disapproval (publishing), all site build access (pages, groups, menus, etc), create documentation

content_administrator

Not currently being used, but the purpose of this role would be to allow someone within specific groups approve/disprove content (i.e. head of dept/supervisor to web admin).

global_webadmin

This role is set up with the permissions of webmom_3 except the access is for all sites within the system.

Who: Web team student workers, others as appropriate?

What: Add public/private new pages, public/private articles, faculty/staff. They will also need to follow the moderation process like regular web admins in which they submit items for review before they can be published.

webadmin_3

This role allows someone to edit and create new public/private pages, public/private articles, and faculty/staff members within the group(s) or site(s) in which they are assigned. They have full access to the WYSIWYG editor within the web pages. They must submit all items for review before they will be published.

Who: Department/Site web admins

What: Edit and create new public/private pages, public/private articles, and faculty/staff members within the group(s) or site(s) in which they are assigned. They have full access to the WYSIWYG editor within the web pages. They must submit all items for review before they will be published.

webadmin_2

This role allows someone to edit and create new public and private articles and faculty/staff members within the group(s) or site(s) in which they are assigned. (Note they cannot create new public or private pages, just articles. They can, however, edit existing new public/private pages.) They have full access to the WYSIWYG editor within the web pages. They must submit all items for review before they will be published.
Who: Department/Site web admins

What: Edit and create public/private articles, and faculty/staff members within the group(s) or site(s) in which they are assigned. They can only edit new public/private pages.They have full access to the WYSIWYG editor within the web pages. They must submit all items for review before they will be published.

webadmin_1

This role is a limited web admin role.

Who: Department/Site web admins

What: Create and edit faculty/staff members. No access to modify page content.

authenticated

This role is assigned anyone who is currently logged into the system.

student

This role is assigned once a user logs in. It is based on the user's role in banner as a student. Eventually, it may be used to filter content based on the type of community user that is viewing the site.

employee

This role is assigned once a user logs in. It is based on the user's role in banner as an employee. Eventually, it may be used to filter content based on the type of community user that is viewing the site.

faculty

This role is assigned once a user logs in. It is based on the user's role in banner as a faculty member. Eventually, it may be used to filter content based on the type of community user that is viewing the site.

anonymous

This role is assigned to anyone viewing pages on the site, but is not currently logged in.