RCS Symposium 2017
The second RCS Symposium, held on July 20, 2017, brought together representatives from departments and colleges across the University of Arizona for a morning of information and networking. Descriptions and recordings of each of the sessions can be found below.
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Keynote Address by Dr. Gail Burd, Senior Vice Provost for the Office of Academic Affairs
Get the Curricular Affairs Office perspective on the course approval process, and how your course information will impact the 2020 Higher Learning Commission review. Martin Marquez covers topics including contact hour requirements, learning outcomes and objectives, component types and updates to university policies. Abbie Sorg shares tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your course requests, from using the Course Management templates to using the Course Management Comments.
Put on some comfy shoes and come with RCS as we guide you through the ins and outs of the Final Exam process, navigating Ad Hoc Events, and experience Collaborative Learning as we tour one of the CLS classrooms with Jane Hunter. Also joining us are Walter Ries from Classroom Technology Services, Wendi Mabee from UAPD, and Cece Madrid from Facilities Management.
How do you control enrollment in your courses? Get the inside scoop on setting Requirement Groups for automated control, and requiring Department Consent through Student-Specific Permissions for direct control over who enrolls in your courses.
Campus and Locations: Confused about the new campuses, such as ONLN, DIST, CMNTY? Do you know which locations belong to each campus? This session dives into all of the available campuses and locations, the students served by them and the criteria to determine when to use each of them. Mary Staugaard will co-present this session.
Session Codes: Dynamic dates are no longer being used for most sections. Learn about all of the available session codes for the different terms and any restrictions regarding them.
The Course Catalog has gotten a facelift to give students more detailed information on where and when courses are offered. Come for a discussion on the changes that are being made, and get a sneak peek at the new Degree Map tool that will be available for students and advisors to use early next year!
RCS Timeline: At this session you will learn about all of the deadlines for the Course Catalog, Schedule of Classes and Events, and how they interact with each other. Gain an outline and visual representation of a year in RCS to help you plan ahead and stay on course.
Tier One Seat Release Process for Freshmen Orientation: This session will give you the answers on how Tier One seats are released.
A conversation about all things related to Room and Course Scheduling. Hear from representatives at the department, college, and university level to gain insight into best practices for working with your Course Catalog and Schedule of Classes. This panel discussion concludes with an open forum with questions from the audience.
Questions or concerns regarding the information on this page should be sent to Room and Course Scheduling:
Phone: (520) 621-3313