Student Management is the computer system used by Flinders University to administer and manage student information.
It is a comprehensive system used by university staff and students to:
There are two environments available to staff:
Only authorised users can access Student Management.
Access to Student Management is via standardised system roles or profiles of which one or more may apply (according to the work requirements of the staff member's position), and is subject to approval by the nominated work area representative.
If you are recorded as a topic coordinator in Student Management and wish to have access to Student Management Web to enquire on information and update teaching team members, apply via the Student Management Access form. Topic coordinator access is pre-approved and no separate approval needs to be attached to the access request form.
College professional staff in specific positions have predefined access to the Student Management system. To apply for access, you need to:
To apply for access you need to:
You will be advised by email once your access request has been processed.
For further information refer to the Student Management Staff Access Procedures.
Once you have a Student Management account, you access the system via the relevant tile on your Flinders Dashboard (Okta).
The student portal of Student Management is known as the ''Student Information System''. Access to the Student Information System is automatically granted to students who have an active FAN. Students access the system via the Flinders Dashboard (Okta).
|Introduction to TechnologyOne Student Management||
Staff applying for access to TechnologyOne Student Management are required to complete all three modules prior to being granted access to the system.
Note: Completion of these modules is not required for users who are only applying for access to Student Management Web.
Provides an overview of the information that displays on the Study Plan window.
Adding and removing topics on a student’s study plan.
Processing advanced standing applications in Student Management
Applying advanced standing to a student’s study plan.
|Results||Importing results into TechnologyOne Student Management.
Certifying results in bulk and for an individual student.
The Ci Anywhere interface is the new look and feel for selected functionality in Student Management.
From 3rd May 2021, admission and offer processing for domestic students will occur in Ci Anywhere, and staff who process or enquire on domestic applications and offers should complete this module.
|IDS Staff Only||Creation and maintenance of user accounts.|
Training workshops are available for TechnologyOne Student Management users. Workshops may be delivered via a face-to-face session held in a classroom environment or delivered online via web conferencing. Please check the details of each workshop session for the type of delivery.
To register for a workshop, click on the workshop name.
|Workshop name||Processes covered||Who should attend|
Existing TechnologyOne Student Management users who are responsible for class management activities for their College.
Attendees must have access to Class Registration functions in TechnologyOne Student Management.
|Student Sets and Worksheets||
Existing TechnologyOne Student Management users (including enquiry only users) who wish to create or maintain student sets and worksheets.
Education Resource Scheduling staff who are existing TechnologyOne Student Management users and are responsible for creating and maintaining topic availabilities.
The Training database is a replica of the live TechnologyOne Student Management database, and is designed as a ‘sandpit’ environment for users to practise functions. Data is refreshed regularly (generally weekly) from the live database.
Access to the training database is via the TechnologyOne (TRAIN) tile on your Flinders Dashboard (Okta).
A Student's View of the Student Information System tutorial provides staff with an overview of the windows and functions available to students in the student portal of Student Management (known as the 'Student Information System'), including enrolment and class registration processes.
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