thanks for your answer and yes, that’s exactly what I mean.
A more advanced solution would maybe even allow the user to enter some
additional data when joining the course but if you think that already the basic
version is not so simple, then I won’t say more about that for now.
Another option would be to have a page that lists all courses on SMC that
students can sign up for (this could be a config option of the course) and if
you’re logged in you can register for a course and maybe the course lecturer
would have to confirm this. This would still require the students to register
first and then go to that course list but it also satisfies my main requirement
that it would be possible that the student initiates the process of becoming
member of a course and not the prof.
> On 1 Dec 2016, at 18:12, Harald Schilly <harald.schi...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, well, I think that's harder to implement than you think, because courses
> are inherently part of the project. But first I want to make sure I
> understand it:
> 1. You want to essentially have a "join course" link on your website, which
> opens up a "special" SMC page.
> 2. If no account, offer to sign up, otherwise step 3.
> 3. That "join course" link contains some token-information, about which
> course to join. That's used to automatically add that account as a student.
> -- harald
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