Below is a summary of the options that are available when requesting a new module. Once you have decided which type of module you require, please complete our Module Request form with all of the required information. On completion, an e-mail will be sent to Help4U where your request will be actioned by a member of the CTIL team. If we have any queries regarding the creation of the requested module, we will contact the person(s) named in the form.
The vast majority of SITS modules will be created during the bulk module creation process during the summer months, however, you may find that you need to add a new SITS module at the last minute. If this is the case, please complete our Module Request form, and when prompted, select that you require a new SITS module. Make sure to provide us with the SITS module code, who should be added as lead instructor on the module and which template you would like the new module created from.
Most staff should already have a ‘Sandbox’ in their list of Modules. This will be named in the format Your Name Ultra Sandbox, e.g. “Karen BEATTIE Ultra Sandbox”. These have been created for all Instructors to help prepare for the new Ultra interface that will be applied to 20/21 modules. We’ve set these up with links to help guide you, how-to content and examples to allow you to start experimenting and familiarising yourself with the new Ultra interface. You are the only Instructor enrolled, but you are free to enrol colleagues if you’d like. Please do not enrol any students on a Sandbox module, though you are free to enrol colleagues with the student role if required.
If you do not have a ‘Sandbox’ in your list of Modules, please complete our Module Request form, and when prompted, select that you require a new ‘Personal sandbox’.
These are modules that are non-credit bearing and are not directly linked to a module in SITS. They are likely to be used with a group or cohort of students in a particular academic year, with a start and end date. Enrolments on this kind of module will not come automatically from SITS, so you will have to decide how best to enrol your students.
When completing our Module Request form, and when prompted, select that you require a new ‘Non-SITS module’. You will then be prompted to give a brief overview of your requirement for this kind of module – this is just to ensure that this is the correct format for your module.