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Course  Progression Project

The advanced DegreeWorks training concluded on  Tuesday 26 November.  The training was extremely  valuable and has provided us with potential options for improving the delivery  of the Course Progression application.

The Course Progression web page has now been made  available and includes links to important information such as:

  • the project overview
  • pilot participants listing
  • frequently asked questions
  • user guides
  • a video tutorial
  • an online feedback form

We are making good progress working through the  issues that have arisen from the Phase 1 Course Rules Analysis and Student  Audit Testing feedback.

Once all issues from Phase 1 have been suitably  addressed, work will commence on the scribing of Phase 2 courses, namely the  remaining undergraduate courses from the Faculties of Health Sciences and  Theology and Philosophy.

If there are any queries, please don’t hesitate to  contact the Course Progression team.

Content  Management System (CMS) Upgrade

Thank you  to all section for your cooperation during this upgrade period (2-4 Dec) where  work requests could not be undertaken. All requests were completed by COB on  Friday.

IRM  Annual Review

The IRM  section held their annual review on 3-4 December.  It was a valuable exercise with processes and  procedures being streamlined and fine-tuned.


No reporting statistics are available for the past  week again.  As reported in the past three issues,  an incident has been lodged with Talisma in relation to this loss of reporting  statistics and is currently being investigated.

Important Reminders

Work Requests
When submitting work requests, please use the IRM Work Request Form and ensure that the wording complies with the Student Administration Style Guide in Knowledge Manager.

Student Connect Noticeboard
  Changes to the Student Connect Noticeboard should also be submitted via the IRM Upload Request form.  Please remember to visit the noticeboard regularly to ensure it stays current.

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