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Introduction to the Student Information System - Full Fabric Core
Introduction to the Student Information System - Full Fabric Core

An overview of how using Full Fabric's Student Information System can support learning in your school and all related aspects

ClΓ‘udia Duarte avatar
Written by ClΓ‘udia Duarte
Updated over a week ago

They say that student life is the easiest period in the life of a person. But we know better than that. We know that, at the higher ed level, the stakes are skyscraper high. βœ‹πŸ€š This is not Vegas: what happens in uni doesn't stay in uni. Instead, it decides one's whole life. So there's pressure. 😰

Pressure on students to outperform and stand out in an ever-increasing competitive landscape. But also pressure on staff and lecturers, the oft-unsung heroes, to run school operations smoothly, effectively and to students' satisfaction. πŸ‘©πŸ»β€πŸ’»πŸ‘¨β€πŸ«

But this isn't a zero-sum game, we believe everyone's satisfaction is important. πŸ’— And the better the tools, the better and pleasanter the work. That's why, with FULL FABRIC, you can find the best set of solutions to manage campus life and deliver a superior experience across the board using the Core module! πŸ˜ƒπŸ’«

With it, staff and lecturers can:

  • Create courses and build course structures for programmes

  • Manage the lecture timetable

  • Add course syllabi and lecture synopses

  • Set up the grade scale and breakdown for courses

  • Mark and publish grades and attendance

  • Print students' transcripts

  • And more!

For their part, students can:

  • View their lecture timetable in FULL FABRIC and sync it to their online calendar of choice

  • Read course syllabi and lecture synopses

  • View their grades and attendance

  • Prepare for and upload and submit individual and group assignments

  • And much more as well!

Keep on reading to learn your way around the system, beginning with the shared calendar! πŸ˜‰

PUBLISHED: March 8, 2021
​LAST UPDATED: March 10, 2021 at 3:37 p.m.

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