+1 for appointment slots vs. shared calendars. It is working well for us!

*Eric Hall*
*Technology Integration Specialist*
*Mount Mansfield Union High School*
*Chittenden East SU*

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On Mon, Nov 24, 2014 at 9:41 AM, Amanda Bickford <[log in to unmask]>

> Why not use  google appointment  slots on your google cal instead of just
> a google cal?
>  It would fix all the issues you just listed.
> -Amanda
> 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
>> *A book is a little empathy machine. It puts you inside somebody else’s
>> head. You see out of the world through somebody else’s eyes. It’s very hard
>> to hate people of a certain kind when you’ve just read a book by one of
>> those people.* -- Neil Gaiman
>> Susan Monmaney, Librarian
>> Montpelier High School
>> (802) 225-8020
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