1 Version 1.0 Guide to Office Hours, Appointments, and Appointment notes Purpose This document provides instructions to set up your office hours in Starfish, make appointments with students, and document appointment outcomes. Important Definitions Appointment: A documented set of details shared between a student and a calendar owner (e.g. advisor, instructor, peer mentor) about a planned meeting. Students may only schedule appointments in the future at times the calendar owner designates as available. Calendar owners can schedule future appointments, and create appointments to document past meetings. Appointment Type: Grouping of appointment reasons and activities (i.e., SpeedNotes) that a common set of roles can add and/or view. Your Starfish administrator will create appointment types and associated reasons and SpeedNotes that will be available to you based on your role. You may be able to use appointment types to allow different groups of students to see different office hours on your calendar. Calendar attachment (ical): Attachment to an ed calendar invitation that allows a user to accept or decline from his/her client (e.g., Outlook, Google). ical is the industry standard to communicate meeting information between online calendaring software. Calendar Owner: The Starfish user associated with a Starfish calendar. The calendar owner can add office hours and make appointments with students on his or her calendar. Only users with staff roles are calendar owners. Students do not own calendars in Starfish. Office Hours: Calendar owners can add blocks of time called Office Hours to their calendars to indicate when they are available to meet with students. Appointments can be added outside the blocks by calendar owners or calendar managers, but students can only self-schedule within the block. Office Hours allow students to sign up for individual one-on-one slots within the time parameters entered by the calendar owner. Outcomes: Results of a meeting documented on the Outcomes tab of an Appointment in Starfish. SpeedNotes: Activity codes that provide an easy way for users to document common outcomes of an appointment. Specific SpeedNotes are set up by the institution per Appointment Type. 1
2 Set up your profile Before you begin taking appointments with students, you will want to personalize your profile, and set up your availability for appointments and/or office hours. Each of these tasks is covered in the sections that follow. Personalize your profile Click your name in the top right corner of your Starfish Home page to open your Profile. Your profile has three tabs: Institutional Profile, Appointment Preferences and Notifications. Click the profile tab name to edit it. Setup for each tab is described below. Edit Institutional Profile 1. Use the Upload photo link to add a profile photo. (One may already have been added by your institution). 2. Update any contact information that is not pre-populated 3. Write a description about yourself in the General Overview and My Biography fields. 2
3 Best Practice: This is the information that students see when making an appointment with you. A photo and personal information helps students put a face to a name and feel more comfortable reaching out for help. 4. Click the Submit button at the top or bottom of the page to save your updates. Edit Appointment Preferences This tab defines defaults related to how students can interact with your office hours from their view of Starfish. Set your preferences before you begin defining Office Hours. Verify Basic preferences 1. Select a value for Minimum Appointment Length. Starfish recommends 15 minutes. This will be used as the default when you set up new Office Hours. (Your institution settings for specific appointment reasons may override your selection when a student makes an appointment). 3
4 2. Select a radio button and specify the specific value to define your Scheduling Deadline. The deadline is imposed based on the start time of any office hour blocks vs.an individual time slot. If set to None, a student may schedule an appointment with you right up to the time slot. 3. Check the box to Allow drop-ins after deadline has passed if you wish to include a note in your calendar letting students know that they cannot schedule, but can walk in to your office after the scheduling deadline has passed. Add Locations Add all possible meeting locations, including physical offices, phone numbers, chat services, or anywhere else you might want to meet with students. When you build your calendar availability for appointments, you will select which of these locations apply to each set of hours. 1. Click Add Location. 2. Select the type of location, enter a descriptive name and enter any relevant instructions. Students will see this information when scheduling an appointment for office hours that have been designated for this location. 3. Click the Save button. Repeat this process to add any additional meeting locations. Use the edit icon ( ) to the right of any location in your list to make changes. Use the delete icon ( ) to the right of any location to remove it. 4
5 Save Appointment Preferences When you have made all desired edits to each of your Appointment Preferences profile settings, click the Submit button at the bottom or top of the Appointment Preferences tab to save your changes. Edit Notifications preferences You can set preferences for sent to you from Starfish for both Appointments and Tracking Items (e.g. flags). Verify Appointment Notification settings Specify if and when you wish to receive Planning Reminders, Appointment Alerts, and calendar attachments. Institution defaults will be used if you don t update these options. Each of these are described below: Planning Reminders: Receive optional reminder(s) sent separately for each of the day s appointments, in one , or not at all. Specify the date and time for reminders. Appointment Alerts: Receive an optional reminder sent a certain number of minutes before the start of an appointment. Calendar Attachments: Receive s with calendar attachments for schedule Best Practice: It his highly recommended to keep both calendar attachment options checked (change to my appointments and change to my Office Hours/Group Sessions). This ensures that your external calendar (e.g., Outlook, Google, Entourage) receives all of the latest information from your Starfish calendar. 5
6 Read busy times from my external Google calendar: There is an option of integrating your Google calendar with Starfish; however, there are minimal benefits of utilizing this feature unless you are a service provider who meets with students for the majority of your day every day. Contact Kristin Douglas (x3443) for information on calendar integration. Save Notification preferences Click the Submit button in the top or bottom right of the Notifications page to submit any changes you have made for appointment notifications or tracking item notifications. Establish your availability Students can only schedule an appointment with you at times you indicate are available by adding office hours. Starfish offers three ways for you to add office hours: the Office Hours Setup Wizard for quick initial setup (DON T USE THIS METHOD), the Add Office Hours button (preferred method to enter office hours for the term), and the Scheduling Wizard to setup multiple office hour blocks that don t follow a consistent recurrence (preferred method for setting aside blocks of time for advising appointments). Create an office hour block with the Office Hours Setup Wizard (Don t use this method) The first time you log in to Starfish the Office Hours Setup Wizard will display if you have a role that can be a calendar owner. DON T USE THIS METHOD. IT DOES NOT FULLY CONFIGURE OFFICE HOURS FOR USE. Add Office Hours The Add Office Hours feature should be used to set up a recurring block of time on a regular pattern such as weekly Office Hours. If you want to set up blocks of time that are less structured (ie blocks of time for advising appointments or paper conferences), use the Scheduling Wizard button. 1. Click the Add Office Hours button on your Starfish Home page or Appointments page. 6
7 This opens the Add Office Hour form. 2. Enter a Title (name) for this block of time. Students will see this name when they view your calendar. The title will also help you keep track of different types of office hours you have established. 3. Select What day(s)? and indicate any recurrence (e.g. Repeats every 1 week). 4. Use the What time? fields to enter the start and end time for the office hours. Important Note: once this office hour block is saved, you will not be able to edit the days on which the office hours occur or the type of frequency (e.g. weekly) but you will be able to edit how often the block recurs (e.g. 1 week vs. 2 weeks) and the specific times available. 5. Select Where? meetings will be held using the checkbox(es) next to your location(s). The location options are pulled from the Appointments Preference page of your profile. If you choose more than one location, the student will be able to choose his/her preferred location for the meeting. To add additional locations options, go to the Appointments Preference page of your profile. 7
8 6. Select the Office Hour Type for meetings you will take during this block. Select Walk-ins Only to show the time as available to students, but disallow anyone from making advance appointments (This is probably the setting most faculty will choose for general office hours.) Select Scheduled And Walk-ins If you want students to have the option of making an appointment during this time. Select Scheduled Appointments Only if you will not take any walk-ins. 7. Select How long? meetings can be by selecting a minimum and maximum duration. If the minimum and maximum are identical, the student will not be given a choice of duration. Note that institution settings for specific appointment reasons, may override your settings. 8. If your role has permissions to add more than one Appointment Type, you will see checkboxes that allow you to select which types apply to this block of time. Appointment Types dictate: 1) which students can schedule during this time (based on the role that connects you), 2) the appointment reasons shown to students, 3) which SpeedNotes will display, and 4) which roles can view the appointment and its notes. Note: An appointment type with the recurrence icon ( ) indicates an appointment that recurs on the same date and time for the duration of the term. 9. Use the Instructions box to enter instructions to students scheduling with you during this block of time. Instructions are required for blocks that allow Walk-ins. 10. Optionally, click the Start/End Date tab to set a time frame for a repeating office hour block. For the End Date, you may choose: Never, End of Term, on a specified date, or after a specified number of occurrences. 11. Click the Submit button at the top or bottom of the Add Office Hours form to save your Office Hour block. 8
9 Edit or Cancel office hours You can edit or cancel office hours from the Agenda tab in the Appointments section of Starfish. Edit office hours 1. Click the office hours menu icon ( ) next to an office hour title to open the Office Hours Menu. 2. Select Edit Office Hours to modify: the frequency of the office hour block s recurrence, the time of day, locations, office hour types, minimum and maximum duration of appointments, appointment types, instructions, or a start/end date of the series. 3. Click the Submit button on the Edit Appointment form to save your changes. Note: You cannot edit the days of the week or the nature of the recurrence (e.g. weekly). Cancel a series of office hours 1. Click the office hours menu icon ( ) next to an office hour title to open the Office Hours Menu. 2. Select Cancel Series to cancel all occurrences of the office hour block. You will be prompted to confirm the date from which to cancel the series, and to add a message that will be sent to anyone who had time scheduled with you during the office hours you are canceling. 9
10 3. Click the Submit button on the Cancel Series Confirmation form to cancel the office hour block. End User s Guide to Starfish Connect Cancel a single occurrence of an office hour block You can cancel an individual occurrence of an office hour series from the Day tab of your Appointments section of Starfish. Use the mini calendar on the left to select the desired day. 1. Click the edit icon associated with the block of hours for the selected day ( ). Select Cancel Occurrence from the Office Hours Menu to cancel office hours for the selected day. Note: You cannot modify the time range for a single occurrence of an office hour. Selecting Edit Office Hours will modify all occurrences of this set of office hours. To reduce availability within an office hour block on a specific day, add reserved time to cover the part of the office hours you want to remove from availability. 2. You will be prompted to confirm the cancellation and can add a note that will be included in an to those whose appointments are canceled. Best Practice: include an explanation and provide guidance on 10
11 how to reschedule or connect to other available resources. End User s Guide to Starfish Connect 3. Click the Submit button to cancel the Office Hour occurrence. Add less structured office hours (Scheduling Wizard) The Add Office Hours option is geared toward setting up a recurring block of time on a regular pattern such as weekly or daily at a certain time. If you want to set up a group of Office Hours that are less structured (for example, blocks of time for advising appointments), use the Scheduling Wizard. Best Practice: This feature is particularly useful for advising rush weeks, midterm course meetings, or other scenarios where you need to hold several different office hour sessions for students within a week or two. 1. Click the Scheduling Wizard button from your Starfish Home page or Appointments page. 2. Complete the first page of the scheduling wizard by entering the Title, location (Where?), duration (How long?), Appointment Types and Instructions that should be applied to all of the office hour blocks that are to be created. (You will find additional descriptions of these fields in the Add Office Hours section). Note: Any office hour block that does not share these details must be created separately. 11
12 3. Click the Next button 4. The date and time page of the wizard is displayed using a Monday through Friday grid for the current week. The date range is displayed in the top right corner of the grid. 5. Use the < > controls to the right of the date range to navigate to the week in which you want to begin scheduling the office hours. 6. In the selected week, enter the start and end times for each block in the appropriate day columns. You can schedule multiple office hour blocks on any day within the week. 12
13 If you need to schedule more than three blocks on any day, select the Add Another Block link in the column for that day. 7. To add blocks to another week, use the < > controls to move to the next week. Don't click finish until you've entered all of the blocks! 8. Click the Finish button to create all of the office hour blocks. A summary will be presented. 9. The summary will include a list of hours that could not be created due to conflicts between the blocks you specified and existing calendar items. Make a note of failed blocks before clicking Finish to exit the wizard. 13
14 Make and manage Appointments Students may only schedule appointments with you during times you have designated as available, through your office hours. Add, edit, or cancel appointments on your Starfish calendar Add an appointment to the calendar 1. Initiate a new appointment using either of these options: Click the Add Appointment button from your Home or Appointments page. Click the sign up icon ( ) for an existing office hour slot using the Day or Week view of your calendar on the Appointments page. 14
15 This opens the Add Appointment form 2. Begin typing the name of the desired student into the With drop down list box. Starfish will find matching students with whom you have a relationship. Select the desired student from the list. If you start the appointment from an existing office hour block, the appointment types setting in that block may further limit the students available in your list. 3. If you used the Add Appointment button rather than selecting an existing time slot, specify when the meeting will take place (date, start time, end time). 4. Select the desired location from the options available in the When drop down list. 5. Select a Reason for the meeting. The reasons available are based on the student you selected and the appointment types that you have access to in your role/ relationship with that student. If you have selected a timeslot from a set of existing office hours, the reasons will be further limited to those associated with the appointment types settings for the office hours. Important Note: Each reason is tied to an appointment type. Each appointment type defines which roles may view or modify an appointment of this type, and what SpeedNotes will be available. Once you choose a reason, information about which other roles have permission to see the appointment will be shown in the section labeled Permissions ( ). 6. If relevant to the meeting and permitted by your role, select a Course from the list presented. 7. Select a radio button for Sharing to either make the appointment Shared (roles listed in the Permissions area for this student can see the appointment and its outcomes) or Private (only the person with whom the appointment is made can see it). 15
16 8. Type a Detailed Description for the meeting that will be visible/ ed to you and the student. Best Practice: This is optional but recommended to set expectations for the meeting. 9. Click the Submit button to schedule the meeting. The appointment will appear on the calendar owner s calendar in the selected date and time. The appointment is also available from the calendar owner s Home page on the Appointments and Recent Changes channel. 16
17 The appointment will also appear on the Meetings tab of the student folder for anyone that has permission to view the appointment. If you included a detailed description, it will be listed on the Meetings tab. Both the student and calendar owner will receive an with an icalendar attachment for any future appointments. Appointments created to document prior meetings will not send an . If you do not receive an , check your Notification settings. Modify scheduling details of an appointment 1. Click the Appointment Menu icon ( ) associated with an appointment to make updates. The appointment menu is available from your calendar, the Appointments or Recent Changes channels on your Home page, or from the student folder Meetings tab. From this menu you can edit the scheduling details of an upcoming appointment and add or edit outcome details. If configured on your Starfish system, you may be able to use SpeedNotes to document common outcomes. You can also cancel an appointment from this menu. 17
18 2. Select Edit Appointment from the Appointment Menu to bring up the Scheduling tab of the Edit Appointment form. From here, you can edit appointment scheduling details including: When and Where the meeting will occur. The Reason associated with the meeting. Note: This may impact who else can view the meeting, and which SpeedNotes will be available for documenting outcomes. The Course associated with the appointment. (optional) The Sharing setting for the meeting. Select private if only you, your calendar manager and the student should see this meeting. A shared meeting will be visible to those with a role that has access to the appointment type and a relationship to the student. These roles are noted in the Permissions section of the form ( ). Detailed Description that is shared with the student and documented on the Meetings tab of the student folder (optional but recommended). 3. Click the Submit button to save changes. An updated icalendar (ical) attachment will be ed to the student. The calendar owner will also receive the updated ical if the calendar owner s notificaitons preferences are set to notify when changes are made to an existing appointment (recommended). 18
19 Document outcomes from a meeting 1. Click the Appointment Menu icon ( ) associated with an appointment. 2. Select Outcomes from the Appointment Menu to bring up the Outcomes tab of the Edit Appointment form. 3. Capture the meeting s actual start and end time next to the Date. 4. If the student is a no-show for a meeting, check the Attendance box labeled Student missed appointment. Note: Depending on your institution s settings, this may trigger an to the student. 5. Add your notes into the Comments box. Note: Click the check box labeled Send a copy of note to student if your comments should be shared with the student via Click the Submit button to save your updates. Your updates will be available in the student folder on the Meetings tab for this appointment. 19
20 Use SpeedNotes to document common outcomes SpeedNotes are preconfigured appointment activities that can be checked off to quickly capture recurring meeting outcomes. If SpeedNotes exist for any appointment types in your Starfish system, the SpeedNotes tab is available whenever the Edit Appointment form is open. If the selected appointment type has no SpeedNotes associated with it, the tab contents will be blank. Important Note: The reason selected for your appointment on the Scheduling tab is connected to an appointment type, and that appointment type determines which SpeedNotes are displayed. If you don t see the SpeedNotes you were expecting, you may need to select a different reason or check with your Starfish administrator. 1. Click the Appointment Menu icon ( ) associated with an appointment. 2. Select Outcomes or Edit Appointment from the Appointment Menu to bring up the Edit Appointment form. 3. Click the SpeedNotes tab. Available options may be grouped into categories. Within any category, items are listed alphabetically. 4. Check all boxes that are relevant to your meeting. 5. Click the Submit button to save your updates. 20
21 Cancel an appointment 1. Click the appointment menu icon ( ) associated with an appointment to bring up the Appointment Menu. The appointment menu is available from your calendar, the Appointments or Recent Changes channels on your Home page, or from the student folder Meetings tab. You can also edit an existing appointment from this menu. 2. Select Cancel Appointment from the Appointment Menu. 3. The Cancel Appointment form is displayed. Type a note explaining the reason for the cancellation (optional but recommended). Best Practice: include an explanation for the cancellation, and provide guidance on how to reschedule or connect to other available resources. 4. Click the Submit button to cancel the appointment and send a cancellation (and ical attachment) to the student. The calendar owner will also receive the ical for the cancellation if the calendar owner s notifications preferences are set to notify when changes are made to an existing appointment (recommended). Review appointment information and meeting outcomes Review appointment and meeting information on the student folder You can open the student folder by clicking on the link associated with the student s name wherever it appears in Starfish. 21
22 For example from the Appointment channel on your Home page. Or from the appointment on your calendar Click on the Meetings tab of the student folder to review information about upcoming and past meetings for this student. The Meetings tab of the student folder includes upcoming appointment information as well as meeting notes captured in Starfish. It may also include historical meeting information from external systems. The information that is available to you on the Meetings tab is based on the role(s) that connect you to your students and the appointment types those roles have permission to view. 22
23 The icons to the left of each meeting in the list provide additional information or available actions related to the meeting: Click the expand icon to the left of any appointment listed to view additional details about the meeting. For example the Description that was included when the appointment was created, any Comments entered on the Outcomes tab and any Activities that were checked off on the SpeedNotes tab. Click on the appointment menu icon to update the appointment. If the student was marked as a no show on the Outcomes tab, the missed appointment icon will be displayed instead of the standard appointment menu icon. If the appointment presents information from an external system, the historical appointment icon () will displayed. This type of meeting cannot be edited. External meeting will only exist if your institution has imported meeting outcomes from another system (e.g. tutortrac). Filter student lists based on meetings Use the Meetings filter from the list of Additional Filters available on your My Students and Tracking tabs to identify students that have or have not scheduled appointments. 1. Click on the My Students tab from within your Students area in Starfish. Then click the Add Filters button. 23
24 2. Select Meetings from the filter options on the left and check the box to the left of the word Students in the filter criteria area to make this filter active. 3. Select whether you want to filter to students Who have had/ scheduled a meeting or to those Who have not had/scheduled a meeting. Optionally, you can filter to a specific Appointment Type/ Reason and a range of Dates. 4. Click the Submit button activate your filter Your student list will be displayed showing only those students who matched your Meetings filter critiera. Click the Clear Filters button ( your filter criteria. ) to remove your filter, or click the Edit Filters button to modify Note: Canceled appointments will not be included in the filter results for students that have had/scheduled an appointment, but scheduled appointments where the student was marked as a no show will be included. 24
25 How Starfish Communicates with your Online Calendar Starfish supports Two-Way Calendar Communication via with most online calendars (e.g., Microsoft Outlook, Google, Entourage). As illustrated below in figure 1, when an appointment is scheduled or updated in Starfish, a calendar invitation (with ical attachment) is sent to both parties (the student and the calendar owner) and users can accept or decline in their client. Figure 1: Two-Way Calendar Communication This two-way communication about Starfish appointments is automatically available and requires no additional integration or installation. Important Note: If your institution has integrated Starfish with Exchange or Google, you should update your profile to allow external appointments to be visible in Starfish. Details are provided in the External Calendar Integration section. When the Starfish Calendar is updated Starfish triggers an updated calendar invitation (ical) to be sent to the calendar owner when a new or updated block of time is available for student meetings (e.g. when office hours are added). Both the student and the calendar owner will be sent an ical when a student appointment is scheduled, changed, or canceled. Staff users can modify whether or not they receive these notifications in the Appointment Notifications section of their Profiles. Starfish highly recommends receiving notifications for all changes as illustrated below. When an invitation is canceled or declined When you cancel or decline a Starfish invitation from within your external calendar (e.g., Microsoft Outlook), the cancel/decline is sent to Starfish and is reflected on your Starfish calendar. Note: you cannot modify Starfish appointments times in your external calendar. Only Accept, Cancel or Decline are 25
26 reflected in Starfish. You must elect to send a response when declining in order for Starfish to be notified of the change. Users must have calendars that support calendar invitations and ical attachments, (e.g. Microsoft Outlook or Google Calendar) for this to work.
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