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Rooming of the requested teaching events begins in May 2020.
The team will endeavour to room all teaching exactly as requested but may need to get in touch if there are conflicting demands that require some adjustments to what was requested.
We will start rooming using the size estimates provided in the Module Delivery Data.
All module registration data will feed directly into the timetabling system as it becomes available in Banner. The registration numbers will be compared with the number estimates as part of the ongoing rooming process.
Continuing students will have their compulsory modules registered on Banner for the next year in May 2020 before module registration is opened.
Continuing students will register their optional modules on Banner between 18th May and 29th May 2020.
All Module registration data will feed directly into the timetabling system. The numbers will be compared with the number estimates and the team may get in touch to discuss:
numbers that look too high for the rooms and may need new rooms
numbers look very low and the allocated rooms may be too large
numbers that look like extra or larger sets may be needed
numbers that look like sets could be smaller or the number of sets could be reduced
New students will have compulsory modules registered in August 2020 and will register optional modules at the start of Semester 1 by the end of week 0.
This data will feed directly into the timetabling system and the team may get in touch to discuss any issues.
If you are aware of significant changes to student numbers, such as through clearing, for your programmes or modules then please contact us as early as possible to give us the maximum amount of time to make any necessary adjustments.
We are able to see students with requirements for level access, wheelchairs or hearing loops in the timetabling system if they have an approved ISP (Individual Support Plan). They should have registered with Wellbeing and had an assessment to get an ISP approved. We will make checks on students who have requirements and allocate their teaching sets with regard for their needs. If you are aware of new students who may not have registered with Wellbeing please let us know.
Any staff accessibility requirements should be detailed in the module delivery constraint forms.