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The teaching method describes the way in which the content of a module or business event type is offered (classroom instruction, distance study, etc.).

The delivery mode determines how the content of an academic event is presented to students (in a lecture, as a tutorial, in an e-learning session, etc.). The delivery mode also determines whether you have to create a business event or an academic unit w/o dates for the offering.

  • Unit for contact hours

You can define the expected duration of an academic offering by specifying the and .

Procedure 1. From the SAP menu, choose

The

. screen appears The module catalog uses the object manager, which is a

2.

convenient user tool for object search and selection. Choose the module for which you want to create or maintain a business event type. To create a business event type, proceed as follows:

a.

Select the desired module, and choose

(

).

b. Choose relationship (

) with the object type

().

  • c.

    Enter an

  • d.

    On the

and a

for the business event type.

tab page, enter the

,

, and

.

: The category you enter determines whether the student is required to submit individual work.

: The delivery mode determines whether you can create academic units w/o dates or scheduled business events for the business event type.

e. Choose the tab page

, and create one or more relationships to the resource types.

To create a relationship, choose

in the line.

f.

If the resource type contains no capacity data, you must enter this data manually.

To enter capacity data, choose the .

tab page and enter the

,

and

g. h.

Enter the required data.

Choose

(Save).

Further Hints

You can also create and maintain business event types when you maintain the business event offering. On

the

or

or

screen, choose

or the

tab page. Set the indicator

, and choose

.

Result

When you have assigned a business event type to a module, you can create and maintain a business event offering for the module.

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