The School Handbook is a single definitive source mechanism for recording
and dissemminating information about the School. The role of the Editor is to
Develop the School Handbook and maintain its currency and integrity. A strict
policy that 'information must not appear in more than one place' is necessary
to ensure the consistency and maintainability of the handbook.
Specific activities include:
- Maintain the chronological list of changes to the Handbook which is submitted
as a regular item to School Teaching Committee
- Monitor minutes of the School's Committee system and make necessary
ammendments to the Handbook. Refer inconsistent policy to Committee Chairs for
- Edit documents to be included in the handbook in order to preserve a uniform
style and conform to the policies described above.
- Provide printed versions of the handbook for special purposes (e.g. to be sent to new students)
- Coordinate publication of module descriptors and ensure that all changes are made in a
manner consistent with School and University policy, programme aims and objectives, etc..
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- University Timetable Office and Registry
- Timetable officers of interacting Schools.