This is an HTML version of an attachment to the Freedom of Information request 'MyCampus Problems Since 27th August'.

Ann Campbell 
17 January 2012  
Our Ref: FOI 2011/333 – F0189640 
Dear Ms Campbell, 
Re: Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 – Request for Information 
Thank you for your email which was received by the University on 14 December 2011 timed 
16:50 hours, requesting the following information: 
“Can you please answer the following questions: 
     a. How many problems have been reported by users of MyCampus since 27th August 

     b. How many of these problems have been resolved? 
     c. What has been the cost of fixing these problems?” 
University’s Response 
a.  How many problems have been reported by users of MyCampus since 
27th August 2011? 
In our response to request number F0164672 (see:
64672.pdf) we provided
 details of the system used to log support calls for MyCampus 
We also advised that calls received include users providing information, seeking clarification 
on aspects of the system and processes as well as those indicating problems. The 
Management Information reports available from the system indicate the subject of the call, not 
the nature of the call. 
10009 Supportworks calls were received between 27th August 2011 and 14th December 2011.  
b. How many of these problems have been resolved? 
8850 of these calls have been recorded in the system as resolved.  
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c. What has been the cost of fixing these problems? 
There are no separate costs available covering the handling of Supportworks calls. 
See our response to request number F0164672 for further information:
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