I'm looking into how to allow faculty to add people to sandboxes but not SIS (for credit) courses. I see other schools that seem to be doing that (like U.Minnesota), but I'm having trouble finding the best way to do it. Similarly, could faculty have other permissions in non-SIS courses such as editing the name of the sandbox but not have those permissions in SIS courses. I see that some schools might create two faculty roles, one for SIS courses and one for non-SIS. Perhaps some use sub-accounts. My last school ran a script each day that synchronized the SIS with Canvas so that if a faculty member added someone in a student or faculty role (but not other roles), the person would be removed/deactivated.
Also, are there other scripts out there that allow faculty to create sandboxes on their own but control how it is done. I found this script:
- Are there others out there?
I see several other examples at other schools such as: