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Self-Enroll Group Sets:

  1. Access the Groups Tool on the Course Management Menu.
  2. Click Create on the Action Bar. 
  3. Select Self-Enroll from the drop-down menu.



  4. On the Create Self-Enrollment Group Set page, enter a name for the group set, along with a description for the group set.
  5. In the Tool Availability section, select the tools that you wish to be available to the groups, and add points possible to graded items such as blogs, wikis, journals, and group discussions.



  6. In the Group Set Options section, type in the Number of Groups.
  7. Optionally, create smart views for each group in the set.
  8. When you are finished, click Submit.

 

Manual Enroll Group Sets:

  1. Access the Groups Tool on the Course Management Menu.
  2. Click Create on the Action Bar.
  3. Select Manual Enroll from the drop-down menu.



  4. On the Create Group Set page, enter a name for the group set, along with a description for the group set.
  5. In the Tool Availability section, select the tools that you wish to be available to the groups, and add points possible to graded items such as blogs, wikis, journals, and group discussions.



  6. In the Group Set Options, type the Number of Groups
  7. Optionally, create smart views for each group in the set.
  8. Click Submit.



  9. On the Edit Group Set Enrollments page that appears, add students to each group by clicking the Add Users button.
  10. When you are finished, click Submit.



 

Random Enroll Group Sets:

  1. Access the Groups Tool on the Course Management Menu.
  2. Click Create on the Action Bar.
  3. Select Random Enroll from the drop-down menu.



  4. On the Create Random Enrollment Group Set page, enter a name for the group set, along with a description for the group set.
  5. In the Tool Availability section, select the tools that you wish to be available to the groups, and add points possible to graded items such as blogs, wikis, journals, and group discussions.



  6. In the Membership section, choose to generate groups by the number of students per group, or the number of groups. 
  7. Determine how to enroll any remaining members.
  8. Click Submit.

 

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