Collaborative timetabling: what you need to know
We've collated guidance and resources to help academic colleagues prepare for the transition to collaborative timetabling including information on processes for recording staff availability and capturing timetabling and programme requirements.
- Updated Timetabling Policy and Timetabling Code of Practice
- Transition, Data Capture and Scheduling Timeline
- View slides outlining the key changes you can expect, including key contact information: "I'm an academic: what changes can I expect to see"
- Roles and responsibilities of different groups of academic and PS colleagues in faculty-led collaborative timetabling
- Staff availability FAQs: questions answered about FWAs and TAAs
- Requesting a change to the timetable: further information
Information on the importance of recording Flexible Working Arrangements, and about the new Teaching Availability Arrangement process.
Timetable data collection
Timetable activity data capture and course compatibility data capture processes