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The CampusIT Documentation site gives you access to all of CampusIT's user documentation.

Publications are listed below and can also be accessed at all times from the left-hand sidebar. When you click on a publication a list of the chapters appears in the right-hand sidebar. You can also use the forward and backward buttons at the head of a chapter to move through the publication.

For access to implementation guides, please contact the CampusIT Help Desk or email info@campusit.net

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Quercus Live Link is a component of the Quercus integration strategy. It is a light interface specifically designed for REST-style integration with website and portal technologies.
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An overview of the Quercus Message Link. Message Link supports message driven integration between Quercus and other corporate systems using event-driven service oriented architecture (SOA). This guide also covers how you can access and configure the Message Link REST web services.
This user guide describes identity management options in Quercus 8.3
A guide to the Exam Boards and Assessment module. This module allows you to record the assessment results for students via the results entry process and to review and ratify student grades via the exam board process.
This user guide describes the new features in the Quercus 8.3.0 release.
An introduction to Quercus updated for the 8.2 release. This guide covers the structure and general operating principles of Quercus and describes the Quercus Core modules.
A short guide to the new Case Manager functions. Case Manager is part of the new 8.2 release of Quercus.
A short guide to the Programme Manager module. This allows you to add courses and modules through the new Quercus 8.2 interface.
Describes the new workflow automation facilities in the Quercus 8.2.1 release
Provides an overview of the Quercus Lifecycle modules and describes how they fit together to manage interactions at each stage of the student lifecycle
An overview of the Quercus Message Link Monitor. Message Link Monitor provides a graphic interface to the Quercus Message Link integration component, allowing you to configure and view the various message queues.
The Control Centre allows you to customise Quercus 8 to meet the needs of your organisation. It allows you to select the services you want to deploy and to configure a range of settings and parameters connected with these services.
How to complete your DHLE statutory returns.
How to set up and maintain a modular curriculum. The guide explains the concept of the ‘flexible’ curriculum, which can span several academic sessions, as well as the traditional curriculum based upon the academic year.
How to complete your KIS statutory returns.
ILR Returns can now be entered via the Quercus user interface.
The Postgraduate Management module allows you to manage the progress of a postgraduate student who is following a study‑path based around the production of a piece of original scholarship, such as a PhD thesis.
The Online Results Entry service allows academic staff to enter students’ level-4 exam and assessment results directly online. Information entered through the Online Results Entry service then flows into the student record system.
Smart Links are a special type of intelligent link which can appear on any screen within Quercus. This guide describes how Smart Links work and how to create your own custom Smart Links. The information has been updated to cover the enhancements for the 8.1 release.
Provides the same links as the equivalent page in the old CampusIT Connect documentation pages. Note that the topics in these PDFs are not included in the search index.

QuercusPlus Installation
QuercusPlus 8.0 Installation Guide

How to install QuercusPlus. For CampusIT staff and experienced Oracle Database administrators.

Systems Modification and Support
Systems Modification and Support Guide

Identifies elements of the CampusIT solution that customers can configure or customise to meet their specific needs. Also provides an overview of the skills required to configure or customise the solution.

Application roles
QuercusPlus System Administrator’s Guide to Application Roles

An application role specifies which screens a role-member can access within the QuercusPlus Classic Interface and which options he or she can access. This guide describes the various application roles and lists the screens that are accessible to a user with that role.
Quercus for Students is a web portal for students which gives access to information about the student’s courses and shows the services enabled for the student. This guide also covers the Quercus Mobile application — a version of the web portal optimised for smart phones and similar mobile devices.

Parameters Reference
Quercus Control Centre Parameters Reference

Many aspects of the configuration and behaviour of QuercusPlus and QuercusLive are determined by the settings of parameters that can be accessed through the QuercusPlus Control Centre. This guide provides a summary of these parameters.
Shows how the Quercus Live Link feed can be used to add dynamic links to a WordPress installation. PHP codes samples are included — the technique can be adapted for use with any PHP-based web CMS.
Provides an introduction to the Admissions FastTrack module.
A short summary of the new features in Quercus 8.1

PDF of the presentation to user group of the new online documentation system

A summary of the steps you need to take to show a course’s exam results in the Student portal. This document will eventually form part of an updated guide to the Student portal and the new Mobile application.

Notes

Older PDF publications can be found on the QuercusPlus PDF page. This page provide the same links as the old CampusIT Connect documentation pages. Note that the topics in these PDFs are not included in the search index.

Help from within the application

If you click the Help button in QuercusPlus Menu or Control Centre you will see a list of relevant help topics from this site.

Videos

An increasing number of written procedures will be supplemented by YouTube-hosted videos. We recommend that you view these videos full-screen in high-definition. To do this use the YouTube toolbar at the foot of the video. The right-most button sets the video to run full-screen. To view in high-definition click 360p and choose 720p HD from the pop-up list.