Hi Stephen So far the technical help says the problem appears to be the character length of the title field (I think) was exceeded. He says he has adjusted this in the database and the module now appears. As to your suggestion, it was listed under the staff member's name as you have described. I would like to retain the contact with you as I have been given the task of further pilots of WebPA leading (hopefully) to its extended use at NTU. Cheers, Paul -----Original Message----- From: WebPA Project [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Stephen P Vickers Sent: 05 February 2011 11:09 To: [log in to unmask] Subject: Re: Query on WebPA issue Paul, have you checked that that module has been selected on the "Edit system users" page for the user wanting to access the module? (You access this page by logging in as an administrator, select "View Data" option, select "Staff" option, and click on edit icon next to relevant user.) Stephen On 4-Feb-2011 10:00, Butler, Paul wrote: > Can you help with the following please? > > Our IS team has added a module which you can see is listed e.g. > FASH200221011 > > Description: cid:[log in to unmask] > > As you can see below, when she goes into her available 'my groups' the > module does not appear so she cannot set up a new assessment. > > Description: cid:[log in to unmask] > > Can you make any suggestions for how to proceed? > > Best wishes, > > Best wishes, > > Paul Butler > > ........................................................................ ................................................. > > Paul Butler > eLearning developer > Centre for Academic Development and Quality > > Nottingham Trent University > (0115) 848-2011 -- The University of Edinburgh is a charitable body, registered in Scotland, with registration number SC005336. This email is intended solely for the addressee. It may contain private and confidential information. If you are not the intended addressee, please take no action based on it nor show a copy to anyone. In this case, please reply to this email to highlight the error. Opinions and information in this email that do not relate to the official business of Nottingham Trent University shall be understood as neither given nor endorsed by the University. Nottingham Trent University has taken steps to ensure that this email and any attachments are virus-free, but we do advise that the recipient should check that the email and its attachments are actually virus free. This is in keeping with good computing practice.