admin-- a role in an organization that has full control over all classes/groups, cogs, and users.
archive-- an action taken by a teacher to remove a class/group from showing up as a choice when sharing or searching. Prompts from the class/group are also removed from the prompt display. See How do I archive a class?
assessment-- an action taken by a teacher/mentor or peer on a cog tagged in a post. Assessments provide an indication of whether or not the post adequately supports or relates to the cog. See How does assessment work in Unrulr?
cog set-- a set of related cogs. Every cog is part of a cog set. See What are cogs?
cogs-- "cogs" stands for concepts, outcomes, goals, and skills. Every post in Unrulr is tagged with one or more cogs. Cogs are used to bring intention to posting, filtering posts, and assessment. See What are cogs?
journey-- a kind of post that allows for reflection over a period of time and over a series of learning moments. See What is a learning Journey?
member-- a role in an organization that has no administrative capabilities
moment-- a post documenting a moment of learning, impact, or reflection. See How do I create a post in Unrulr, step-by-step?
observer-- a class/group role that allows the user to view the activity in the group but not create or interact with posts.
organization-- an administrative construct typically representing a school or organization. An organization is made up of users, classes/groups, and cog sets. See How do I set up Unrulr in less than five minutes?
organizer-- a role in an organization with the ability to edit class/group settings, create new classes/groups, and create new cogs.
post-- a unit of documentation with one or more media objects, a caption, and one or more cogs. See How do I create a post in Unrulr, step-by-step?
presentation mode-- a feature that allows the user to make the images and videos in a journey large on the screen for a presentation in person or on video conference. See Present a learning journey directly out of Unrulr.
prompt-- a question or set of instructions teachers assign students. How do Prompts work?
publish-- an action that creates a publicly accessible url to an Unrulr post. See Publish Unrulr posts outside of Unrulr (Twitter, email, Google Sites, etc.)
student-- a class/group role appropriate for learners or participants.
teacher-- a class/group role appropriate for teachers, mentors, advisors, or facilitators. The teacher role has the ability to moderate posts or comments and create prompts.