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New UG Reassessment Project Stakeholder Open House
The University is nearing the completion of a six-month project to improve the reassessment registration process for students. The project to move from a paper-based form to an electronic form will bring a number of benefits to staff and UG students, including reduced turnaround times from board decision to informing students of their reassessment options, improved guidance given in context to students, and reduced queries from students when making their reassessment choices. ITS, Academic Registry, and Schools administrative colleagues have been working in partnership to deliver this new functionality for June 2019.
Anyone who is interested in seeing the new system is invited to an open house event:
Date: Tuesday 18 June 10:00 to 10:45
Location: Brockington B1.11
Audience: Academic and other colleagues who support students undertaking reassessment, including personal academic tutors, Programme Directors, Student support services, and LSU representatives.
What will be covered: The session will involve a demonstration of the student side of the system. Student Office and IT Services staff will be available to answer any questions.
Training for administrative colleagues
Separate training sessions are planned for administrative colleagues who will be using the system on a regular basis. A demonstration of the system will take place Wednesday 19 June 15:00 to 16:00 in Brockington B1.11. This session will be aimed at administrative staff who will be using the administrative side of the system. This session will include a demonstration of the administrative system and some further guidance in relation to the process, to provide some background information ahead of the deadline for receiving reassessment forms. If you would like to attend this session, please note time and location above.
Further workshops will be arranged towards the end of June and through July for staff preparing reassessment forms in the new system. Details of how to book onto these sessions will be circulated via email, or you can contact Jenny Michael if you would like to attend any of the workshops.
We recommend that administrative colleagues attend both the demonstration and some workshops if possible.
If you have any questions about the project, please contact Jenny Michael in the first instance: