Hi, I created a course and added some contents (some files) on the calendar (I did not created module). My students can access the course but I couldn't access the files on the calendar. What should I do? Thank you
I don't know what options you have available, but you might check the section dates and the term in your settings under course details. If you don't have a start date, or the start date is in the future, it's possible that could restrict access. If you are using a Free account I'm not sure how they deal with terms, but you might check that as well.
1. Course has been published.
2. Start Date and End Date not in the past, not in future, at current time.
3. all filed have been published.
4. I, myself can see the content of the course. (I created an event, no end
and start time)
My students can see this.
When they click to download word file "Access Denied".
Thanks for the pictures, they help. I can't recreate the issue, but I see that your settings are all accurate. You may need to submit a help ticket to figure this one out. You could share those documents in files in your course, just direct students there. I wish I could be of more help.
You mentioned that your students are able to access the items, correct? If you can when you are outside "student view", using your instructor view, and your students are able to see the files, that's the most important. What would you like to do with those files through your student view?
My students can see the files, but when they click on the files to download
the file, "access denied" I would like that my students can download the
file when they click on the file on calendar, instead of going to file
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Thank you for clarifying!
Is your very first folder published? I believe it's called English Rock. If that folder is unpublished, it won't show items that are published inside.
If you haven't added the files into a module, you need to allow students to access the files index (in the course menu). Has that been made available to them?
Here's a screenshot of what that looks like:
If there is an eye icon next to it, then it's unavailable for students to view or "interact" with -- even if it's published.
Here's a link to how to fix it, if that's the case: How do I manage Course Navigation links?
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