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Clash checking Activity

During timetabling, the clash checking process involves either collaborating with closely related departments or using the tools available to determine popular module combination or compulsory module overlaps with other departments. Compulsory modules with clashes should be resolved within CMIS to the best of both departments' abilities.

Systems used

Facility CMIS
Facility CMIS
The central repository for room booking and common timetable scheduling information.
Timetable Support
Timetable Support
A reporting tool providing a view on timetabling-related data held in CMIS and Portico.
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