Roles and Permissions

Roles and Permissions
User roles

Mazetec application users create mazes, manage and share access links, and review overall and individual maze analytics. Authors are typically subject matter experts (SMEs) in a particular domain. Authors can embed a maze in another system’s online course, so the author should have the ability to configure the Mazetec system to integrate with her institution’s system. The author should be an authenticated role.

Organizational Account Level Roles

Mazetec has roles and permission at the organization account level and for each Maze.

These are the organizational access roles.

Admin Role

Full control over all activities under the organization account. Account management invitations and billing. Manages Integrations. Create maze scenarios, collaborate, manage permissions, and share access links, and access results and analytics data exports.

Author Role

Full control except for billing and integration. Read, Write, and Edit where the user is the scenario creator or invited to edit. Create maze scenarios, collaborate, manage permissions, share access links and access results and analytics data where the author is the owner. Perform all maze scenario related actions on a maze where the author is the owner.

Reviewer Role

Read access only unless the user is invited to edit a scenario. Read-only permissions on all maze scenarios but can edit if invited as a collaborator. Learner The learners are the end-users that play the maze scenarios. Learners may access a maze by clicking a link, being automatically redirected from their system to maze player, or within their institution’s LMS or online course via an embedded maze.

External users - Learners

The external end-users that navigate the maze scenarios are referred to as learners. Learners may access a maze by clicking the link you generate during the publishing process. The link will direct the learning maze player, or within their institution’s LMS or online course via an embedded maze.

When a learner plays a maze each interaction in the scenario generate usage data (i.e. the user’s chosen path through the scenario). This usage data can be anonymous, identified, or a mix of both, depending on your configuration.

If your integrating Mazetec with your LMS learner may be transferred to the scenario system from your system. The learners who are referred from another system per the xAPI specification and includes user identifiers from your system. This may be a username or id, an email, or something else, along with the referring organization’s homepage.

Last modified on September 18, 2020