New and improved Curriculum Catalogue: one week to go


March 5th, 2024

From Wednesday 13 March 2024, Campus Solutions users will be able to access the new and improved Curriculum Catalogue.

The Curriculum Catalogue (also known as the online course catalogue) is a resource for updating and sharing module and course information. It is available for all staff, students and anyone that wishes to view it externally.

Created in collaboration between the Education Administration Continuous Improvement Team (EACIT) and Registry and Academic Affairs (RAA), this redesigned resource will have:

  • a better search functionality (requiring fewer clicks)
  • a streamlined layout and branded identity
  • improved accessibility (data can now be accessed directly via URL links, eliminating the need to navigate through the Curriculum Catalogue home page)
  • students and staff will be able to download a date-stamped copy of their programme and modules, enabling the creation and download of a durable (uneditable) format which is essential for Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) compliance.

The old version of the Curriculum Catalogue will co-exist with the new version for a brief transition period.

If you’re not already a Campus Solutions user, you will be able to access the new Curriculum Catalogue when it becomes available to the public from Wednesday 27 March 2024.

Campus Solutions: a year of progress

The Education Administration Continuous Improvement Team (EACIT) focus on reducing the complexity of university systems and processes where Campus Solutions is at the heart of the student journey, making them as simple and as streamlined as possible.

They have developed an annual report to tell the story of the first fully funded year – from August 2022 to July 2023.

Colleagues across the university can suggest an improvement to student administration systems and processes.

If you have a suggestion for an improvement, please fill in this feedback form and the team will get back to you.

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