Web Timetables for Students

About

Web Timetables display data for the current academic year.

How to use Web Timetables

 Filtering

Please use the links on the left to navigate between the different timetable displays (Modules, My Timetable and Help).

Modules

Displays modules associated with registered programme.

Modules are displayed alphabetically

To select multiple modules hold down the ‘ctrl’ button on your keyboard while selecting.

Please note: All activities associated with a module will be displayed. This may include group teaching for example tutorials/seminars. Contact your home school to check which group you are allocated to.

My Timetable

When group allocations are finalised your personalised timetable will be available. This will include lectures, and group teaching activities that you are allocated to.

To select multiple weeks or days hold down the ‘ctrl’ button on your keyboard while selecting.

 Time periods

Timetable information can be filtered by date, day of the week, and time period or week.

The time periods or weeks it is possible to select include quick search options (this week / next week / last week), individual weeks of term (e.g. week Aut2 or Week 7, beginning 03 October 2016) and core periods in the academic calendar. The core periods available to select are:

  • Semester 1 (weeks Aut1-11; 26 Sep 2016-09 Dec 2016)
  • Semester 2 (weeks Spr1-11; 09 Jan 2017-24 Mar 2017)
  • Semester 3 (weeks Sum1-8; 24 Apr 2017-16 Jun 2017)
  • Revision week (week Sum1; 24 Apr 2017-28 April 2017)
  • Examination weeks (weeks Sum2-6; 01 May 2017-04 Jun 2017)
  • All term time (weeks Aut1-11, Spr1-11, Sum1-8; 26 Sep 2016-16 Jun 2017)

Printing

To print a timetable, select the criteria you are interested in and click the ‘view timetable’ button to display the timetable, and then select the ‘print’ option from the bottom of the screen. This option will allow you to use the print settings already installed on your PC, including ‘print to PDF’ if enabled on your local machine.

Questions or feedback

If you have a question regarding you timetable in the first instance please contact your school office.

 Technical issues

If you experience any technical issues with Web Timetables please contact the IT Service Desk via phone (0121 414 7171) or via My Bham.

Timetable formats

Timetable information can be displayed in two formats: Grid and List.

Grid format

The grid format shows activities/bookings within a visual timetable grid. Days of the week are displayed down the left-hand side and times across the top of the grid. The subject of the timetable (e.g. in the image below a location, 52 Pritchatts Road SG07) and the time period the information relates to are displayed at the top of the screen.

 

Grid timetable screen shot

 

Individual activities displayed using the grid timetable format include the following information:

  • activity description - based on the module name, Banner code and activity type. For example, LI Cognition Infants  + Child (08660)/Lecture
  • academic staff member assigned to the activity
  • weeks the activity takes place
  • activity type, for example seminar or lecture
  • location the activity is scheduled in

List format

The list format produces a list with each activity/booking displayed individually, by day of the week. 

Student-Timetable-List 

Individual activities displayed using the list format contain more information than those displayed using the grid format.

Each individual activity includes the following information:

  • activity description - based on the module name, Banner code and activity type. For example, LI The Develop of Attach Behav (08657)/Lecture
  • activity type, for example seminar or lecture
  • start time of the activity
  • end time of the activity
  • weeks the activity takes place
  • location the activity is scheduled in
  • academic staff member assigned to the activity
  • department responsible for timetabling the activity
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