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Directory Reviewer- Why Reviewees Need Departmental Information (Video Demo)
This video explains why reviewers should include their reviewees' departmental and sub departmental information in the directory.
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When a new person is hired at the University of Chicago, adding their contact information to the directory is among the list of things that must be accomplished.
First you must sign in to reviewers.uchicago.edu using your CNetID and password. You must then go to Search for Reviewees. Once you have found who you are looking for in the search results, you can add them to your reviewees list. Please note that if you are looking to add someone new to the university, it may take a couple of weeks for them to be included in the directory.
When you click Add Contact Entry to add their information, you must add a title or you will not be able to save the page. Just as important as putting in a person’s title information is putting in the appropriate division, department, and sub department.
This information is vital to include when editing a contact entry because it is the only way a person is going to appear in the department’s ‘people’ expandable list. This means that when a person looks up a department or sub department expecting to find the name of your new hire, they will not appear there. The only way that anyone will find them is if they were to look them up individually.
This information does not just apply to new hires. Make sure that you include the divisional, departmental, and sub departmental information for all people that you act as a reviewer for.
Feel free to contact the Directory Office at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Also, if you experience any technical difficulties with this video or would like to make an accessibility related request, please send us a message.