University of Exeter Handbook (Physics) Questions/Comments Department (Physics)

Timetable Officer

Role Description

  1. Liaise with University timetable system - see important dates below. Respond to University initiatives.
  2. Liaise with 'occasional students' of all types. (See Registration (Non-Degree Programmes)).
  3. Liaise with Teaching Committee, all programme laboratory and problem class co-ordinators and module leaders to provide efficient systems where possible.
  4. Liaise with departments that interact with our programmes, e.g. via combined honours courses.
  5. Produce draft, consultation and ultimate timetables.
  6. Book all rooms required for teaching timetabled classes.
  7. Publish paper and WWW edition of timetable.
  8. Check programme definitions published on WWW.

Important Dates

JanuaryAgree with HoS the staffing modules which are centrally timetabled.
JanuaryRespond to University requests for information - plan basic format for following year.
MayAgree with Head of School the staffing of remaining modules.
MayRespond to draft timetable from University - early check of basic course compatibility.
JuneRespond to final interactive timetable from University.
JunePrepare timetable draft and circulate to staff for checking and comment.
JunePrepare final proposed timetable and circulate to interested parties.
JulyGenerate room booking requirements.
SeptemberAmend and circulate final timetable.
NovemberDiscuss with chair of Teaching Committee changes of programmes that could affect next year's timetable.

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