Schedule academic timetable Activity

Creating an academic timetable is a devolved process, completed by departments working independently to enter events and collaboratively to ensure it is possible to deliver degree programmes with minimal clashes. It passes through three deadlines - a first and second draft and a completed timetable - though the timetable is always somewhat in flux.

Systems used

Facility CMIS
Facility CMIS
The central repository for room booking and common timetable scheduling information.
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