Collaborative Building Scheduling

Audience: All
Technical Level: Low

Scheduling your Law School’s classes, events, exams, make-ups, meetings, etc. can be a daunting task. While there are many commercial solutions for handling room and building scheduling, they are expensive, and often times inflexible. Efficient building wide scheduling requires a multi-user, permissions based approach in which specific departments and users can be delegated the rights to schedule assigned rooms and calendar categories. It also requires a public web based interface where faculty, staff, and students can view the entire school schedule at a glance. An intuitive and responsive web based interface utilizing the latest web technologies, is just icing on the cake. The University of Pittsburgh School of Law has developed, in-house, a flexible scheduling solution which addresses these requirements. Come for a demonstration of the application and a discussion of the underlying implementation.

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Matthew Kurpiewski
Assistant Manager of IT
University of Pittsburgh School of Law

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