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Manual subgroup allocation Activity

Either ad hoc or complete module student allocations can be done manually. While this isn't always recommended, it can be the only way to allocate if students are separated by particular criteria or are given preference on group selection. In this case, allocation would need to be done via a spreadsheet upload on Timetable Support site or by going into CMIS and allocating directly.

UCL CONTEXT

Related Process

UNITS INVOLVED

REQUIREMENTS FOR ACTIVITY

REQUIRED ACCESS

  • Facility CMIS 
    Needs Head of Department's approval
  • Timetable Support 
    Accessible to all UCL staff

SYSTEMS USED

Facility CMIS
Launch
Facility CMIS
Used by Room Bookings as the repository for all central room allocation information, internal and external. It is also adopted as the University system for use with the common timetable. Is the administrative system that provides data for the Online Timetable and Room Use displays/sheets.
Timetable Support
Launch
Timetable Support
The web-based application which provides a number of clash and availability checking reports for the timetabling process. It also features tools for allocating students and editing the Online Timetable display. It draws it's information from CMIS and, occasionally, directly from Portico.
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