I wrote a spreadsheet script, that I plan to make into an add-on.    Rather
than a calendar it is a spreadsheet with different blocks/periods set up.
A teacher just puts their name into the proper block.   So anyone you want
to give rights to, just give them edit rights to the sheet.

The script automatically takes away the previous day and adds a new day to
the end, so once set up you don't need to do anything anymore.

Here is a very alfa version, that does not have the best interface:

I have a few other projects I needed to finish up first, so this is one
that was put on the back burner.   It is however in production at FHU. and
I would be happy to help anyone get it going and provide some feedback.
Or code contribution, if there is anyone/student that wants to work with me
on this for Hour of Code week.

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On Mon, Nov 24, 2014 at 9:04 AM, Susan Monmaney <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Hi all,
> Does anyone have experience using LibCal or another online tool for shared
> calendars, other than Google Calendar? We currently use various Google
> calendars for scheduling use of rooms and carts. My main issues with using
> Google are:
>    1. Anyone can delete someone else's reservation on a shared Google
>    calendar.
>    2. Deleting a shared calendar doesn't delete it from users with whom
>    it is shared.
>    3. Changing the name of a shared calendar doesn't change it in users'
>    accounts who have already added it to their list of calendars.
> I'm really happy with our LibGuides, so I have hopes that LibCal might be
> just as user friendly, but I'm also open to other options. Any
> recommendations?
> Thanks,
> Sue
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