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Request a crosslisted Module / Course Group


1. Introduction

Cross-listing allows modules or course groups to be merged to create a new module / group. If you’re not sure what course groups are, please see our guide to course groups.
 
Why should you do it?
When you’re teaching multiple deliveries of exactly the same content across different cohorts. All students in all of the modules / groups you’re cross-listing will be able to see all of the content. This means you only have to update / refresh one set of content, rather than multiple.

When should you do it?
The best time to cross-list is before teaching has begun and before you have added content to modules / course groups.  
 
Important! 
As soon as modules are cross-listed any content in them will no longer be visible to students. If content exists please contact us for further advice (details are at the bottom of the page).
 
If your sole purpose for considering cross-listing is to communicate to a large number of users, it's better to use the Module and Course Group Communicator.


Distance Learning Modules and Course Groups
If your module or course group is run as Distance Learning, with support from the Distance Learning Unit, they will request this process for you if needed. Contact the Distance Learning Unit to confirm whether cross-listing is required.


2. Request cross-listing

a. In MyBeckett, click the Tools tab and find the Request a cross-listed Module or Group channel and click Go.

Request a cross-list channel

b. Fill in the form:

Cross-list form

  • Your Name: Type your full name.
  • MyBeckett Username: Type your MyBeckett username e.g. person01.
  • Staff Email Address: Type your Leeds Beckett staff email e.g. a.person@leedsbeckett.ac.uk.
  • Cross-list a Module or Group: Tell us which cross-listing type you need.

c. Click Next.


3. Module cross-listing

Provide information about the modules you want to cross-list, then click Submit.

  • Enter the full CRN of the first Module you want to cross-list.
  • Enter the full CRN of the second Module you want to cross-list.
  • Additional Module CRNsAny other CRNs you would like cross-listed. Important: Ensure you include the year and term (e.g. 1810, 1910) and separate each CRN with a comma.
  • Reading list: Please state which CRN contains the reading list you want to use.
  • Terms and Conditions: Agree with these by ticking the box next to them.
  • New Module Name: Type what you want the new Module to be named.

4. Group crosslisting

Provide information about the course groups you want to want to cross-list, then click Submit.

  • Enter the full Course Group name of the first group you want to cross-list, with the major code.
  • Enter the full Course Group ID of the second Group you want to cross-list, with the major code.
  • Additional Course Group IDs: Any other IDs you would like to cross-list. Important: Ensure you include the year and term, and separate each ID with a comma.
  • Terms and Conditions: Agree with these by ticking the box next to them.
  • New Name: Type what you want the new group to be named.

5. What happens next?

When your new cross-listed module or group is ready to use, you will receive an email notification from the Learning Systems team. This will contain information about how to access the module or group.

How do I add content to cross-listed modules or groups?

After cross-listing, your requested modules or groups are connected in a parent-child relationship. This means that you add content to the newly created parent module, in order for it to feed into the child modules that your students are enrolled on.

What will my students see?

Your students will see the name and CRN of the child module they are enrolled on, but the content of the parent module.

How do I email students on cross-listed modules or groups?

  • To email all students on your cross-listed modules or groups, use the email tools in your new parent module.
  • To email students enrolled on separate modules, use the email tools on the relevant child module. Please note, your students will not be able to see the child module or any content that you add to it.


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