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Enrolment Keys explained!
Groups and enrolment keys work exactly the same as they did in Moodle 1.9 (they are just in slightly differeent places).
To give students access to a course, you need to choose one or many enrolment methods (Settings > Users > Enrolment methods).
If you want students to self-enrol, you need to click the eye next to that method to activate it, then click the pencil icon to update customise that method.
This is where you add your course enrolment key. If you don't add a key, anyone could enrol in your course as a student.
Now, if you are using groups....
Groups add an extra level of complexity.
So, you still need that course level enrolment key there to stop just anyone accessing your course. The group enrolment key will override the course level one. If you are using groups, DON'T give out the course enrolment key.
2. To set up the group enrolment keys, from the course settings block > Users > Groups.
You need to create your groups. Click the Create group button.
This is where you will place the group name and enrolment key.
THIS is the enrolment key that you give students if you use groups and you want them to auto-enrol into the course and be placed directly into a group.