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Academic Scheduling 101

Description

This training session will provide an in depth overview of the scheduling process and guidelines.  The topics covered in this training session will provide you with the essential knowledge to successfully support your academic department's development of the schedule of classes and assignment of academic classroom space.  You will learn about the production calendar, classroom scheduling protocols, instructors of record, online resources, and much more.

Category
Business Skills
Department
Registrar's Office
Restriction
UO employees in administrative units responsible for office management
Published
Yes
Prerequisite

Space is limited, so it is necessary to register for the course if you wish to attend.

Additional Information
None defined.

Sessions

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Details [Registration]

  • September 12, 2017 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Description: Instructor:
This training session will provide an in depth overview of the scheduling process and guidelines. The topics covered in this training session will provide you with the essential knowledge to successfully support your academic department's development of the schedule of classes and assignment of academic classroom space. You will learn about the production calendar, classroom scheduling protocols, instructors of record, online resources, and much more. Mike Jefferis
Location:
Oregon Hall 211
(Session Summary)

Details [Registration]

  • December 6, 2017 10:30am - 12:00pm
Description: Instructor:
This training session will provide an in depth overview of the scheduling process and guidelines. The topics covered in this training session will provide you with the essential knowledge to successfully support your academic department's development of the schedule of classes and assignment of academic classroom space. You will learn about the production calendar, classroom scheduling protocols, instructors of record, online resources, and much more. Mike Jefferis
Location:
Oregon Hall 211