We (why not we) add a bracket with administrator or teacher in a page title. I call this context. Initially it seemed like a good idea to establish context or a frame of reference in the title or in a sub heading. Sometimes the line between admin and teacher gets blurred and is not clear for many reasons.
For example "Logs" and "Reports". First MoodleLanguage is switching from the techie's word "Logs" to the educator's word "Reports". A site administration report page has a single form, while a teacher's course report page has an additional form added at the bottom. Do we have a page called something like Reports (administrator) and another called Reports (teacher) ?
Another example might be "Multiple choice question". Back in 1.6, we only had a Multiple choice in a Quiz and another in a Lesson context. And now with Question bank, we are going to have a 3rd context.
*Do we create a Disambiguation page to split the different context.
*Merge the pages into one and state context in headings, or perhaps with a distinctive icon when is specifically and only relates to admin, teacher or student.
**What about pages that may belong in two different templates (handy box menus on the upper right). Can bald guys remember which template they jumped from?
*Do we live with the strange URLs
*Will some clever Moodler come up with a different perspective?
I confess, I like to see the ( context) in the page title. Always a newbie, I don't like to wade through stuff that does not apply to me. My two bananas worth Please feel free to squash them and turn them into a banana creame pie ! - Chris
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