Instructor Detail

Screen Description

In the Instructor Detail screen, you can see information about a given instructor. From this screen, you have access to edit screens for most of that information.

Instructor Detail

Instructor Information

The header of this section is the instructor’s name.

To see a detailed description of each of the fields in this section (External Id, Account Name, …), go to the description of the Edit Instructor screen.

Class Assignments

A list of all classes to which this instructor has been assigned. You can assign instructors to a class in the Edit Class screen or in the Assign Instructors screen.

For each class, you can see the following properties:


Information about examinations associated with the instructor.

Clicking on an examination takes you to its Examination Detail screen which contains more detailed information.


Preferences for the given instructor. You can hide or unhide this part of the Instructor Detail screen by clicking on the small square in front of the Preferences section heading. If you want to change these preferences, click on the Edit Instructor Preferences button in this detail screen. That will take you to the Instructor Preferences screen. There are more details about instructor preferences in the description of the Instructor Preferences screen.

Instructor Scheduling

If the Instructor Scheduling is enabled, the Instructor Detail page shows instructor assignment information about the instructor. Besides of the new teaching preference, maximal teaching load, assigned instructor attributes, and course preferences, the Instructor Detail page contains a new table with Teaching Assignments that are assigned to the instructor. More details are shown when an assignment is clicked showing the Teaching Assignment Detail dialog.

Also, if the instructor is also a student (there is a student with matching external id in the current academic session), the Enrollments table is displayed, showing all enrollments if the student. These include instructor assignments (dark blue color) as well as student class enrollments.