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Creating journals

In Stuudium, teachers create their own journals at the beginning of each school year.

To create a journal, do the following:

  1. Click on "Create a new journal" on the “Journals” page (the teacher homepage)
  2. Pick a subject from the drop-down menu
  3. If necessary, you can add an extra label to the journal ("Group 3" or something similar); this is not required.
  4. Pick the form the journal is for
  5. In case the journal is for the whole form, leave the "all students" option selected. In case the journal is for a smaller group, click on “pick students” and pick the students in the group
  6. Pick a grading cycle (in case there is only one option, skip this step)
  7. Click the “Create journal” save button. You can now see your new journal on the front page.

How many journals do I need?

In case you teach subjects for whole forms (and not groups), you usually need one journal per form.

In case you teach subjects in groups, you need to create a journal for each group. Please note that a group can also have students from a number of forms, but students should only be combined in a journal if they all have lessons at the same time.

Journals last the whole school year — you do not need to create a new journal for each grading cycle (trimester, semester etc).

Picking a subject

If your subject does not appear on the list of subject, please contact your local administrator(s) - they can add the subject to the list

Teachers in journals

Please note that the number of teachers in a journal is not limited. This means that any co-teachers or assistant teachers can also be added, and they will have full access to the journal.