Student Lookup

The Student Lookup tool allows Personal Academic Tutors and Course Leaders to look up the student record details for students they are responsible for. This can be accessed via for all staff in all schools, providing instructions, support and a single-sign on link to eVision.

Personal tutors and Course Leaders will be taken to the ‘Schools’ content and able to click on ‘My Students’ to see details for their tutees. At Course Leader level you can choose from a list of courses and levels. Other staff will see any eVision content that applies to them (eg Ceremonies or messages).

Screenshot of SITS e:Vision Student Lookup, logged in as Personal Academic Tutor, showing list of students
Student Record screenshot:
Screenshot of student details page in SITS e:Vision Student Lookup

To see your personal tutees your name must be added to each of their SPR Screens in SITS (Personal Tutor field). Contact your school office for assistance with this. The student look-up tool has been designed to enable specific staff to view a range of data on students within their cohort. Staff are given access to this data so that they can support their students with: academic studies; improve the student experience; and offer a proactive approach to improving/monitoring student engagement. SSGTs and staff involved with student support also have access to this data for the purposes of supporting students with retention / early intervention / wellbeing.

It may be that you notice a pattern of low engagement or academic performance and use this data to make contact with the student; or you may access this information as a tool to facilitate ongoing conversations with the student – perhaps as part of Personal Academic Tutoring sessions.

Access to this data is on the basis that it will only be used for the above purposes. In accordance with university policy, emails to students should always be via university email accounts, unless attempts to contact them on university email accounts has been unsuccessful and there is sufficient concern.

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