Staff teaching timetables now available

September 16th, 2016

Staff teaching timetables for the 2016/2017 academic year are now available to view online. Modules and locations are available as per previous years alongside a personalised teaching timetable. Academic colleagues can access their timetables via the Timetabling website, using their University username and password.

Pop-ups may need to be enabled for the Timetabling website the first time staff log into their accounts. Instructions on how to do this in Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Firefox are available on the University website. Once logged in, class lists can be accessed via the following process:

  • Under the ‘class list’ function, search for and select the desired module.
    • Modules can be found by searching either for the module name or the module code.
  • Choose the session (lecture, seminar, workshop, etc.) and week(s) for which a class list is required.
    • The class list is formatted to print easily. Please print these regularly rather than all at once as student allocations can change.

Staff teaching timetables can also be accessed through the Student Services Information Workspace and via Moodle. If you have any issues with the timetable itself or need to request a change, please speak to your School/Department timetabling contact or pop into the Student Services office in your School/Faculty as an alternative first point of contact. If you have any problems logging in or using the site, contact the IT Service Desk either via the self-service portal or on extension (0115 95) 16677. Modules can be found by searching either for the module name or the module code.

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