[Xerte] FW: Transfering XOT ownership

Alistair McNaught Alistair.McNaught at HEAcademy.ac.uk
Thu Nov 24 10:52:10 GMT 2011

I brought this across from the teachers list. I've come across the same thing myselfbut not worked out best way to do it.. What's the easiest way?


From: A list to facilitate and support teachers using Xerte Online Toolkits [mailto:XERTEFORTEACHERS at JISCMAIL.AC.UK] On Behalf Of Ed I Bremner
Sent: 24 November 2011 10:29
Subject: Transfering XOT ownership

Dear All,

I have been working with a colleague (Marieke Guy at UKOLN) on making a set of XOT resources.

She is the original 'creator' for most of these and I am for the balance.

We have worked together on these by using the 'share' functionality, which has been fine.

But now we need to export the final finished resources.

It looks to us like this can only be done by the original 'creator', which is not always easy to do.

It would be easier now, if we could transfer 'ownership' of all modules to one person so they can be responsible for the export.

Is there any way of either exporting an XOT to which you are not the original 'creator' or alternatively to transfer ownership to another user so they can undertake the export.

Who would have these 'super-admin' rights?



Ed I Bremner
Research Officer
IMPACT - Improving Access to Text
UKOLN - University of Bath
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