Course Administration Resources
For all of the necessary course administrator access, complete the following:
- PeopleSoft training (Student Records and Course Maintenance)
- Complete the class permissions training (this will allow you to generate codes for courses with required enrollment permissions)
- Review the information regarding course administration and classroom scheduling on the Curriculum Management website
- Review the academic calendar and deadlines
After completing the PeopleSoft training and reviewing information regarding CPS, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for authority. You will also be added to the SOM course administrator mailing list: email@example.com.
- 25 Live Scheduling: used to verify main campus room availability- request submitted through Coursedog
- Axess: system of record for Stanford University https://axess.sahr.stanford.edu/
- Coursedog: University course/class management scheduling system https://stanford.coursedog.com/
- Coursedog Tutorials: https://inside-studentservices.stanford.edu/supporting-students-across-topics/curriculum-management-scheduling/curriculum-systems-learning-1
- PS training: https://uit.stanford.edu/service/peoplesoft/requirements
- Permissions training: https://registrar.stanford.edu/class-permission-numbers-training
- Instructor requirements:
- Primary instructors for School of Medicine classes must have an appointment in the UTL, NTL, MCL, or CE lines - this does not include adjunct or affiliate faculty. Other titles may be listed as a secondary instructor and are required to list an additional, eligible primary instructor.
- Remote teaching approval:
- As of Winter Quarter 2023-2024, classes offered for remote instructions must apply for approval. Requests are evaluated based on the following guiding principles:
- Course format is conducive to an online Zoom modality. If the course is small group and interactive, these should be held in-person.
- Course objectives align with remote learning (i.e., telehealth, radiology review, computational).
- Virtual format will allow for participation from a diverse speaker or patient population. (The default expectation is that speakers and/or patients should be Zoomed into in-person classes).
- Seminar series are approved to be held virtually.
- Courses that were online prior to the pandemic can continue virtually.
Complete the remote instruction application here.