I'll second Lucie's recommendation of Google resource calendars. We have them set up for our mobile carts, computer labs, portable sensor suites for the science department, specialized tests, etc. As she said, the resource simply doesn't appear if it's already booked during the time period the person has input. We do occasionally have overlaps when someone tries to adjust a scheduled resource to a longer period.I've attached a picture of today's calendar. These are just the resources that they have to come to IT to get.On Wed, Dec 4, 2013 at 9:05 PM, Eric Hall <[log in to unmask]> wrote:We have been using Google Calendar Appointment Slots for about a year, implemented literally two weeks before Google announced they were retracting this feature... fortunately they recanted and it works well.Pros: free, easy to access, no extra login, built-in notification, gets people to look at their GooCal if they haven't previously (maybe)Cons: the time slots are fixed (may not work for K-4) and since we do a block schedule it was time-consuming to set up the slots.Eric HallTechnology Integration SpecialistMount Mansfield Union High SchoolChittenden East SUNo trees were injured in the creation of this message, but a significant number of electrons were inconvenienced.On Wed, Dec 4, 2013 at 1:54 PM, Amy Truchon <[log in to unmask]> wrote:Hello School IT:For those of you who manage flexible computer lab or other tech resource scheduling in your elementary school (and find it successful) what is your model, parameters, limitations, etc. for this?Thank you in advance!Amy T.--
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