Course Management Information Guide
The Course Management Information guide is our comprehensive document on course management within the Graduate School. Below you will find a link to the latest version of this master guide for any questions regarding course coordination.
Graduate School is an interdisciplinary department with a small administrative core which organises and runs four interdisciplinary programmes (Global Studies, Development Studies, Middle Eastern Studies and Social Studies of Gender), as well a courses at the master's level. Additionally, we run a range of elective courses, courses in theory of science and methods and faculty-level PhD courses.
In any given year, more than 100 teachers from around the faculty will be teaching, supervising and/or assessing these or helping out in other ways. This guide is the master document that outlines course management and its associated processes from ideation to course completion, and is intended to be a helpful resource for those teachers working within the Graduate School.
Chapter 1: Graduate School introduction & contact info
Chapter 2: So you want to pitch an idea for a new course?
Chapter 3: Establishing a brand new course: from acorn to tree
Chapter 4: Preparing a course for a new term
Chapter 5: While the course is running
Chapter 6: Wrapping up the course
Appendix: Setting up Live @ Lund
Appendix: Processing Student Complaints