Space and Monitoring of Space

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Dear Heriot-Watt University,

Under the Freedom of Information Act, please provide answers to the following:

1. Do you monitor attendance of users of rooms including the physical number of individuals occupying a room for an event?
2. How do you monitor attendance of users of rooms?
a. If it is via an attendance monitoring system please state which one you are using?
3. If you monitor the usage of space:
a. What percentage of your planned or centrally recorded teaching activity takes place?
b. What percentage is recorded as not having taken place?
4. If you monitor the actual levels of occupation of general teaching rooms (Classrooms) what is the average percentage of recorded occupation within the rooms during general Undergraduate teaching weeks.
5. What percentage of teaching rooms do you monitor?
6. How many teaching rooms do you have by the following categories:
- Lecture Theatre
- Classroom
- Computer Lab
- All other specialist teaching spaces
i. Please specify what these Specialist Teaching Spaces are.
a. How many of these rooms are managed centrally or locally (i.e. within a college of faculty)?
7. Do you have a timetabling policy?
a. If you have a timetabling policy do you state the hours that teaching will take place between?
b. Do you differentiate between “Day or Core Hours” and “Evening or Non-Core Hours” and if so what are these hours?
8. What percentage of your teaching is held during the hours of:
a. 9:00 am – 5:00 pm?
b. 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm?

Yours faithfully,

Mary Greencup

Freedom Of Information,, Heriot-Watt University

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Dear Applicant

 

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Heriot-Watt University

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Edinburgh EH14 4AS

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Freedom Of Information,, Heriot-Watt University

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Dear applicant

 

Thank you for your company’s information request dated 26^th March 2018
regarding monitoring of space. Your request has been handled under the
Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002.

 

Please see below our responses in red.

 

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Jones, Head of Heritage and Information Governance, at the address
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or by contacting the Scottish Information Commissioner's Office at the
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Scottish Information Commissioner,

Kinburn Castle,

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St Andrews,

Fife KY16 9DS

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Fax: 01334 464611

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FOISA Team

Heriot-Watt University

Governance and Legal Services

Edinburgh Campus

Riccarton

Edinburgh EH14 4AS

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