The Module Catalogue enables College staff to view module information held in Banner on a by-module basis, providing shared visibility of a single source of truth for module information across the College. The Module Catalogue can be searched by Subject, Module Title, Module Code, Faculty, Department or a combination of. The Search results page will display the modules returned and the information about the module held in Banner.

The Browse Module Catalogue shows all the Modules offered across the College, irrespective of the Terms they are available in. Browse the Module Catalogue for basic information on modules. The 'see sections' icon will show that certain modules do not have active sections for a specfic term ie 202010 and are therefore not being delivered. A specific instance of a Module is created for each Term that is required, e.g. Autumn 2020 called a Module Section. Browse Module Sections to understand modules being delivered in a specific term.

This is a first iteration of the Module Catalogue view of the curriculum as currently held in Banner and is not public facing or publishing out. A more sophisticated and detailed version will be available later on in the SIMP roadmap.

If you have any questions about the module content of the catalogue, please contact the Curriculum Data Management team.

Curriculum reports

To accompany the Banner Module Catalogue, a set of complementary Curriculum-related reports are available for more extensive analysis. The reports update on a 24 hour refresh.

To run a report from My Imperial, select ICA Reports & Statistics, and navigate to Dashboards> Banner Interim> Curriculum Management> Report required. The report results can be exported by navigating to the bottom of the page and clicking on Export.

  • Programme Report (includes a view of all Programmes by Department and Level)
  • Module Data Report (includes Module Description, Learning Outcomes, Module Content and Long Module Title)
  • Assessment Reports (includes Assessments due per Module with Weighting)
  • Corequisites
  • Prerequisites
  • Level Report (indicates the Student Level - UG/PG for each Module)
  • Module Integration Partners reports (where there are integrations with Blackboard and Panopto)

Access and support

Access to Module Catalogue is for staff members via My Imperial (https://my.imperial.ac.uk) using your College single sign-on. Please contact ICT via an ASK request if you cannot see this responsiblity.

Training

There is a step-by-step Curriculum Module Catalogue user guide.

The following video provides an overview of Module Catalogue. You will need to login using your Imperial username and password. To begin, click on Play.

Introduction to Module Catalogue

Examination Entry Form Process

Frequently asked Questions

How do I view the Learning Objectives for a Module?

Browse Module Catalogue and locate the Module you wish to Query. Click on the title of the Module and then on the Learning Objectives.

How do I view the number of Credits for a Module?

Browse Module Catalogue and locate the relevant Module. The Credits will be visible under the ECTS column.

What is a CRN?

A CRN is a system generated number given to each Module Section. This number will be unique and is required mainly for data integrations including with Panopto and Blackboard.

What is a Module and Module Section?

The Module Catalogue shows all the Modules offered across the College, irrespective of the Terms they are available in. Browse the Module Catalogue for basic information on modules. The 'see sections' icon will show that certain modules do not have active sections for a specfic term ie 202010 and are therefore not being delivered.

A specific instance of a Module is created for each Term that is required, e.g. Autumn 2020 called a Module Section. Browse Module Sections to understand modules being delivered in a specific term.

Will assessment info be available to view?

Assessment information may be visible in a later development of the Module Catalogue. Assessment information is currently available using the ICA Banner Curriculum reports.