Using BOXI for Taught End of Session

Using BOXI reports can help you manage your own data quality leading to easier End of Session processing.

Launching BOXI reports in BIRMS

Find out about launching BOXI reports from BIRMS pages

Useful BOXI reports

BOXI video tutorials

  1. You will be required to log in using your ADF user name and password when accessing these videos
  2. These videos have verbal narration, so you will either need to use earphones or your PC will need speakers to listen to the audio
  • Scheduling reports in BOXI

    The scheduled reports will run automatically using your data specifications repeatedly according to the timetable you set, using current data each time it runs.

  • Creating and deleting folders in BOXI

    This is an effective method of managing the BOXI reports you use, allowing you to categorise and organise frequently-used reports according to your own requirements and enabling you to access them more quickly.

  • Saving reports in BOXI

    Saving reports (mostly shortcuts) in your folders enables you to access your frequently-used reports more quickly and efficiently.

Report instructions

All the BOXI reports listed here have specific instructions in the first tab of the report. Not only do these contain instructions on how to run the report, they also describe the format of the report and list the information the report will display. It is advisable to read these before running the report.

Modules and component marks

These reports can be used to ensure that all your module mark data is up to date and correct before exam boards and ART calculation.

Located: Public Folders / Banner Documents / BIRMS students / Modules and Component Marks

  • Component & module marks grid
  • Continuous assessment summary
  • Extensions, lateness and notes
  • Module marks grid (Single academic year)
  • Module marks grid (multiple academic years)
  • Results grid (Multiple academic years - no ARTs)
  • Results grid (Single academic year - no ARTs)
  • Results summary with no ART (list style)

The following statistical  reports are also available:

  • Distribution of module marks
  • Module statistics

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End of Session processing

These reports can be used to help you ensure all end of session processing has been completed.

Located: Public Folders / Banner Documents / BIRMS students / End of Session

  • Final ARTs summary by student ID and name
  • Pass list
  • PGT degree classifications (page per student)
  • PGT results grid (Multiple academic years - automatically calculated degree classifications)
  • PGT results grid (Multiple academic years -manually entered degree classifications)
  • PGT results grid (Single academic year)
  • Results sheets
  • Results summary (list style)
  • Students marks & final ARTs (non-finalists)
  • UG degree classifications results grid (automatically calculated)
  • UG degree classifications
  • UG results grid (multiple academic years)
  • UG results grid for non-final year students

The following statistical  reports are also available:

  • Degree classifacation statistics
  • Students by ART (inc count)
  • Students listed with total number of credits attempted and achieved

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Data-checking

These reports can be used to help you with your data-checking and will identify issues such as missing information and mismatches.

Located: Public Folders / Banner Documents / BIRMS students / Modules and Component Marks

  • Current Module recommendation different from Calculated Module Recommendation
  • Missing Module Marks
  • Missing Component Markis

Located: Public Folders / Banner Documents / BIRMS students / End of Session

  • Error messages in ES02
  • Final ART different from calculated ART
  • Final Degree Classification different from calculated Degree Classification
  • Students with no ART in ES02
  • Students with an ART but no Release Date
  • Unreleased Marks

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