Scheduling timetable

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You can also make manual changes to your timetable in the scheduling timetable. All functions described in the chapter "Scheduling in the timetable" are also available in the scheduling timetable.

 

This tool also provides additional functions for scheduling lesson periods manually:

You can see at a glance which locations are available to schedule a lesson without generating clashes and which element would cause a clash.

 

 

UE_11_104

 

If you look at the figure above you will see:

 

The active lesson is lesson number 73, a coupling of Arist and Rub with classes 1a and 1b.

 

On tab 'Unscheduled' one unscheduled lesson is displayed and you can see the details for the lesson in the period details window.

 

The following characters will help you to decide where the period should be scheduled:

 

 

UE_11_168 .... Period of the active lesson (Tu-1).

 

UE_11_169 .... Locked period for the active lesson (Fr-3).

 

x.... The fields containing a small x are already occupied by a teacher (e.g. Tu-7).

 

X.... A large "X" indicates that the teacher is part of a coupling (e.g. Th- 5).

 

&.... Several elements (classes and/or teachers) are occupied at this time (e.g. Fr-5).

 

*x*, *X*, *&*..... An indicator with two * shows that the periods obstructing the scheduling are locked.

 

-.... A teacher or a class in the lesson to be scheduled is blocked (e.g. Mo 6-8).

 

Purple fields.... The room (in addition to all alternative rooms) where the lesson should take place is already occupied (e.g. Th 6-8).