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Semester 2 2012 Timetable
The Published Timetable was released for staff last Friday and can be accessed via Course Management on the Student and Course Management webpage. It is important that all staff, especially Course Coordinators, check this version.

All change requests are to be submitted through the School’s TLO and need to conform to Section 7.5 of the Timetabling Policy and Procedures. With the exception of instances outlined in the policy, change requests must include the reason for a change to occur and endorsement by the HOS. Change requests are due by 12pm 17 August.

Winter Timetable
The Winter Timetable is available by clicking on the link provided on this page.

Tutorial Direct
Tutorial Direct is now open to staff for buffering classes and/or apply constraints. Instructions on how to carry out these procedures can be found on the Staff Tutorial Direct webpage. Tutorial Direct also opened to Students in Read Only mode as of 2 July.

Important Dates

Date

Activity

29 June

Published Timetable available to staff and students at 4pm

2 July

Tutorial Direct opens to staff for buffering and application of constraints

6 July

Spring A & B Timetable request spreadsheets sent to TLOs

6 July

Tutorial Direct opens to Qld students at 9am

9 July

Tutorial Direct opens to NSW and ACT students at 9am

11 July

Tutorial Direct opens to Vic students at 9am

13 July

Spring A & B Timetable request spreadsheets due 4pm

20 July

Spring A & B Timetable published

8 August

Tutorial Direct converts to ready only

 

Web Room Booker (WRB) and Ad Hoc Room Bookings
Web Room Booker is now available for 2012 bookings into teaching spaces.
Please refer to the WRB user guide Staff/Tools Services/Room Bookings Online (How to Book a Room) for more information and advice. Assistance is available from TE&R and Campus Operations staff. WRB is available to all staff with an ACU log in.

All emails regarding timetabling to: timetabling@acu.edu.au

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