Master Data Template Guide - Session
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Session stems from a Course Offering, and a single Course Offering can have multiple Sessions.
For example: RIO University's Course Offering BUS101 will have 4 Sessions; 2 being Tutorial Sessions, with 1 Lecture Session, and 1 Exam Session.
- There will be a total of 15 Sessions hold for Tutorials and Lecture; only 1 for Exam.
- The maximum capacity of students per Session is 40 per Tutorial, 80 per Lecture, 80 per Exam.
- Mandatory attendance is not required for Tutorials or Lecture but required for Exam.
- 80% minimum attendance is required for Tutorial and Lecture Sessions, while also having 100% attendance required for Exam session to complete the Course.
With these example data in mind, populate the data template as follows:
|Session Name||Name of Sessions.|
[ Exam / Lecture / Tutorial / Workshop / Recurring ]
Specify the type of Session.
|Number of Sessions||Specify the number of continuous Sessions.|
|Capacity||Maximum number of students for a Session.|
[ True / False ]
Specify if attendance is required for a Session.
|Attendance for Completion||Specify the minimum percentage of attendance required to complete the Course.|
|Garde Session Separately||This Session can be graded separately from other Sessions in the Course Offering.|
[Draft / Create Update Bookings / Booked / Booked with Issue]
Displays the status of the Sessions. Before Session Time is loaded, this must be listed as "Draft" first.
|Booking Status (Booked)||After Session Time is loaded, update Status to "Create / Update Booking".|
|Faculty Status||[ No faculty assigned / Some Confirmed / None Confirmed / Some Rejected / All Confirmed ]
Specify contact faculty availability.
|Primary Faculty||Specify a contact faculty to assign to the Session.|
|Course Offering Ext ID||Specify the Couse Offering for the Session.|
For more information on Session, head here.