At SUNY Canton, we use Lotus Calendar for general work group scheduling. We
use it to schedule resources (like conference rooms, video conferencing),
people's time, or creating event calendars. Can set privileges as you
describe, limiting access to what calendars you can pick up in your own,
what individuals or groups have read and/or write privileges. Our Registrar
enters our master schedule into SCT's Banner SIS.
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From: "Kyle Barger" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Thursday, June 19, 2003 10:34 AM
Subject: [CIO] central campus calendar systems
> I'd like to know if any of you have a centralized campus events calendar
> and if so, what software you use to run it. Our current master calendar
> created by the Dean's Office using Calendar Creator and is distributed on
> paper at the beginning of the academic year. We would like to move to
> something that is accessible via the web, and can be updated by two or
> three people with the appropriate privileges. The object is to track
> campus events, not to schedule individual people. Any suggestions would
> Kyle Barger Manager of Computing & Telecom Services
> [log in to unmask] The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia
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