Course Manager Spring 2019

This page is for Course Managers in the spring term 2019. It contains information about the tasks that you as course manager are responsible for regarding the editing of courses for the spring term 2019.

The deadline for editing your course descriptions is Sunday the 23rd of September 2018

How to edit a course description

We have made a summary of the things that you need to know as a course manager, and how to solve the tasks or get help solving them.

Read the summary here: Summary

Where to edit the course description

You have access to the course base via my.ITU.

To access the course base in my.ITU you go to course base->my courses. Follow the link:

Use the password you always use when accessing If this is the first time you access my.ITU, you get a password from the login page (

The course database will recognize you and your specific privileges. Only the courses that you manage in the spring term 2019 will be shown to you in this phase. (If you would like to change either course managing responsibility and/or teaching effort, then please let us know as soon as possible.)

Some fields in the course base are not editable!

The fields:
  • Intended learning outcome
  • Learning activities
  • Assessment form & description
are locked and can not be edited by the course manager.

The fields are locked due to new quality policy procedures cf. 2.10.

Please consult the Course Description page for guidelines.

If you want to edit these fields please send an email with the changes to:
Mikkel Hvidtfelt Andersen from Learning Unit

Duration of exams
Courses that use oral examinations must state how long the exam is expected to take per students:
It may be 20, 30 or 40 minutes, including evaluation and feedback. If duration is not clearly stated in the course base, we will assume that the exam lasts 20 minutes, and all external will be paid for 20 minutes per students.

Wishes for IT support
If you need IT support (e.g. special software or hardware) please follow this link: IT Support

Get help!

If you are unsure about what to do or how to do it, please contact Student Affairs & Programmes:
Thank you for your cooperation.

Student Affairs and Programmes