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Teaching

Most teaching organisation is done electronically in one form or another. It is essential to acquaint yourself with:

Student Services|

Under/Graduate admissions

Screenshot of a Timetables web page|

Timetables| - all timetabled lectures and classes, student and teacher personal timetables.

 

 

Screenshot of an LSE for You web page|LSE For You| - database for seminar groups, class registers, class mailers, graduate course choice etc.  Student hub for organisation, as well as staff centre for room booking, reprographics etc.

 

Screenshot of a Moodle web page|

Moodle| - LSE's Virtual Learning Environment - most taught courses have individual sites on here as well as discussion forums, and students can upload essays here. Its an online space that allows teachers to bring together a range of resources (e.g. reading lists and links to important articles and other web pages) and tools and activities (e.g. quizzes and forums) to support student learning.

SITS

SITS| is an integrated admissions, student records and exams processing system. It is used for holding all academic information on applicants and students. The system produces enrolment and progression information and is used to generate the examination timetable. To obtain access to SITS, you need to fill in a

Database Access Request Form|. (This form is also used to obtain access to the tutor allocation screens|.) 

Teaching Quality and Assessment

 

The Teaching Quality Assurance and Review Office (TQARO)| responsibilities include Calendar, Prospectuses, new degree/course proposal approvals, undergraduate and graduate studies sub-committees, teaching & learning committees, teaching surveys and internal reviews.

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