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From 2022, the way we handle multi-session subjects have changed. Special session codes (e.g., 31/32) will be used. To view the subject, look for that session code and otherwise treat as per normal. For sessions starting in 2021 or earlier, subjects were split over multiple session codes. See below on how these are treated.
The QUASAR system automatically knows when a subject is multi-session and handles it appropriately. Due dates are automatically adjusted.
This help section provides an overview of how multi-session subjects are handled in each form.
The Subject Validation due dates will depend on the intake session and the form will appear in the list for the first session of delivery.
The Moderation & Grades and Reflection & Planning forms will have due dates dependent on the final session. Although you can see the forms listed for several sessions, they are all linked. They are not duplicated.
On the landing page, you select the session and then a list of available subjects. A multi-session subject will appear if its enrolment pattern matches the selected session code. The due dates listed on the landing page will be based on the entire length of the subject, not just on the selected session.
The form progress report works in the same way.
The Grade Readiness Report (which looks at grade finalisation) matches multi-session subjects based on their final session.
In the Moderation and Grades form, the displayed grade distribution is based on the Grade Centre of the interact 2 site for the intake session (which is the recommended practice).
In the Reflection and Planning form, the data dashboard shows grade distributions from Banner. Unfortunately, Banner does not know about multi-session subjects. As a result, all current sessions are combined into one. Care must be taken to read percentages. For example, if a multi-session subject has two intakes: 201930 (finishing in 201960) and 201960 (finishing in 201990). Then the grade distributions in Banner would be: