ISD

Curriculum Management System (CMS)

Curriculum Management System (CMS)

A single source of programme and module related information for the University.

Service Description

The Curriculum Management System (CMS) provides a single source of programme and module related information for the University. Staff can create, maintain and print programme specifications, module descriptions and other documentation for evaluation and revalidation events. The CMS is owned and managed by the Academic Office with support on technical and user-interface aspects of the service provided by Information Services.

Business Process

First line support for CMS is provided by Information Services. Staff seeking assistance are requested to contact the ISD Service Desk in the first instance. Technical issues may be escalated within ISD and curriculum-focussed issues may be escalated to the appropriate contacts within faculties or the Academic Office.

Supporting Materials

Academic Office

The Academic Office has published a comprehensive set of customer support materials on its website. These cover key topics in the curriculum life-cycle such as: creating and revising modules; creating and revising programmes; the faculty approval process; and the evaluation and revalidation process.

http://www.ulster.ac.uk/academicoffice/CurriculumManagementSystem.html

Information Services

ISD support focuses on the technical and user-interface aspects of accessing the CMS.

CMS is now accessed through the Staff dashboard on the Portal using your Office365 login credentials. Please use your staff email address (e.g. j.bloggs@ulster.ac.uk) and the same password you use for email

It can also be accessed directly and saved to your internet ‘Favourites’ at https://curriculum.ulster.ac.uk/

How to obtain help

Contact the ISD Service Desk.

Cost (where applicable)

There is no cost associated with the support provided by Information Services.

Who can avail of the service?

Any member of staff involved in the approval process for programmes and modules within the University. The system is currently available for internal University courses only.

Service Owner

The CMS is managed by the Academic Office with support on technical aspects of the service provided by Information Services.