The University is piloting a new online system to give MD students and staff an improved experience of accessing your timetable information.
As a Medicine staff member, your timetable is now available online, via computer, tablet, or smartphone. Follow the steps in the self-help resources below and you’ll always have an up-to-date timetable at your fingertips.
Access to the MD Timetable is through your Flinders staff dashboard (Okta). The first time you access it, you'll need to search for it in the app catalogue and add it to your dashboard.
From here on, you can simply log into Okta and click the MD Timetable icon to open your timetable.
You're in control of which topics and teaching activities are displayed in your Timetable. You may like to see only the classes you're teaching, or you can select all classes for your topic/s (this may be useful for Topic Co-ordinators). The first time you use the MD Timetable, you need to choose what to display.
Start by choosing topics
Then, choose teaching activities
Note: If you take on additional teaching activities during the term, or decide you’d like to see additional class information for your topic, you can come back to the Find Timetable section and add additional topics and teaching activities to your timetable.
Once you’ve selected your topics and teaching activities, they're visible via My Timetable. You can choose to view them in whatever display format suits you best. There’s a slight difference in layout and icons between the desktop and tablet/mobile app. The resources below show both.
If you're not already in the My Timetable view, from the menu click My Timetable.
You can use the icons shown below to change the way your timetable is displayed.
Your classes appear as blocks in your timetable. They're colour tagged by type, so you can see at a glance what’s a lecture, workshop, or practical, etc. You can click the Tag icon in the top right to see the colour key.
Just click or tap on a class to see its details.
You can sync your Timetable to your work and/or personal calendars so you’re able to see your schedule all in one place.
My personal calendar isn’t in the list – what do I do?
If you don’t see the calendar you use in the list of icons, there’s two other options to try.
If you need to change class timetable information you must follow the process below:
All changes to class timetable information must go through this process and be carried out by EROs and the Timetabling Team only, in the University’s timetabling system. Changes made outside of this process will not be reflected in the Timetable application and thus cannot be communicated via the standard notification to staff and students.
The types of notification/s you and students receive depend on what's changed.
|Type of change||How you'll be notified|
|The date or time has changed||
|The location has changed||
|The date or time AND location has changed||
What the emails look like:
If you get one of these timetable change notifications, please login to MD Timetable and check the updated details - especially if you weren't the one who requested the change. This is also really important if you’re keeping a paper based version of your timetable (e.g. you record it in a diary, daybook, or paper based calendar); you’ll need to update that with the new details.
If you’ve synced your Timetable to your personal calendar, (e.g. Outlook Calendar or Apple iCal), the changes will automatically feed through to that calendar. You won’t need to manually update anything.
Please note, even if you’ve synced a calendar, timetable change notification emails are only sent to your Flinders staff email.
You can delete classes from your timetable one by one, but if you want to clear all class information entirely, you can use the Reset Timetable function.
1. Open your MD timetable and click Profile.
2. Click Reset.
3. In the pop-up window, click Reset to confirm.
If you need help with your MD Timetable, please contact an Education Resource Officer (ERO) in the College of Medicine & Public Health.
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