What are we delivering?
The Class Allocation Project will provide students with a personalised timetable, giving them the details they need to more easily plan their time and study, dramatically improving their timetabling experience. Students will be able to view the times of their enrolled learning activities, select their preferred tutorial, practical and laboratory times and generate a personalised timetable in one system.
How will it improve our services?
The Class Allocation Project will manage the purchase and implementation of a Class Allocation system integrated with the ANU timetabling system, the Student Administration System and the Learning Management System. The project team will work with professional and academic staff to streamline the related business processes such as course planning, class activity set up, student allocation and managing allocation change requests.
The Class Allocation Project is being delivered by the Information Technology Services Division for the business owner, the Division of Student Administration and Academic Services.To achieve the benefits of this project, the Project team is working closely with the Timetabling Team from the Division of Student Administration and Academic Services. Staff involvement is crucial for the success of the project as we seek to streamline some of our central, College and School processes and harmonize the timelines associated with timetabling.
To achieve the benefits of this project, the Project team is working in close partnership with the Timetabling Team in the Division of Student Administration and Academic Services. We meet regularly with student representatives who are also members of the Project Steering Committee.
Staff involvement is crucial for the success of the Project as we seek to streamline some of our central, College and School processes and harmonise the timelines associated with timetabling. Therefore we will consult, involve and collaborate with staff and students as the project progresses, to strengthen adoption of new processes and embed them into local practice.