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TIMETABLING

Timetabling staff are currently scheduling the last few classes in the run up to the draft release of the Semester 2 2016 Timetable. There has still never been a more exciting time to be an AO in TE&R - although extra caffeine has been required as it’s been consumed in copious quantities.

Timetables

All timetables are now available using the 2016 Online Timetable link available from the Staff Timetabling web page.

Important Dates

Date Activity
27 May 2016 Semester 2 2016 Draft Timetable available for staff
14 June 2016 Draft Timetable requests due by midday
15 June 2016 Semester 2 2015 Provisional Timetable published
23 June 2016 Provisional Timetable requests due by midday
27 June 2016 Semester 2 2015 Timetable published to students
28 June 2016 Tutorial Direct open for staff
30 June 2016 Tutorial Direct opens in Read Only mode for students
4 July 2016 Tutorial Direct opens for early allocation for EAPP students
6 July 2016 Tutorial Direct opens for Brisbane, Ballarat and Canberra students
7 July 2016 Tutorial Direct opens for Melbourne students
8 July 2016 Tutorial Direct opens North Sydney and Strathfield students
22 July 2016 Tutorial Direct forced sort

All requests for changes to the 2016 Semester 2 Timetable must be submitted to Timetabling via the School’s TLO. Draft changes are due by midday, Tuesday 14 June.

Requests received after that time will be treated as Provisional Timetable changes and are subject to different and more stringent conditions under the University’s Timetabling Policy and Procedures. All change requests at the Provisional stage require a reason for the change to be provided on the Change Request Form (CRF) and also require the approval of the HOS/DHOS unless the change is:

  1. to staff allocated to an activity that does not impact any staff member’s allocated teaching timetable;
  2. to the location required due to unexpected surge/decline in student numbers;
  3. a same day, same time swap of location to accommodate an unexpected surge/decline in student numbers;
  4. the deletion of booked space no longer required;

the addition of a repeated activity, justified by enrolment numbers.

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