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APAC

June

APAC - See the real-time utilisation of all your learing spaces with CLOCKS - Wed 28 Jun - 1pm AEST, 3pm AWST and 5pm NZT

CLOCKS (Classroom Occupancy System) is a cloud delivered application designed to enable Scientia users to accurately measure the actual real-time utilisation of learning spaces such as classrooms, lecture theatres, learning zones and more.

July

Join us for the next in the series of Syllabus+ Anywhere development webinar. This half an hour session will give you an insight into the latest sprint and developments that have been made so far with the software. Presented by Duncan Corbett this interactive session, will allow you to not only view the software but feedback your views. 


APAC - Cohorts and Management Workshop - Mon 24 Jul - 9am AEST, 7am AWST and 11am NZST

As we are developing our next generation of scheduling services via Syllabus+ Anywhere, we have the opportunity to review and enhance the functionality in core areas influence effective and quality timetabling. These workshops are designed to focus on what could be in the process of timetabling, planning and scheduling. Targeting those who are actively involved in the specific areas of scheduling within their role, these workshops look to identify the complexity around the processes undertaken. It is expected that the workshops will last no longer than 1 hour and some pre-workshop planning will be given. Spaces are limited to 15 people per session. 

Cohorts and management - How do we really want to determine the programmes and pathways of Syllabus+ Anywhere? This workshop will help us determine the programming information that is used most frequently in your daily tasks. 

APAC - Resource Booker Update - Wed 26 Jul - 1pm AWST, 3pm AEST and 5pm NZDT

An overview of the most recent Resource Booker release. Version 2.1 includes a booking reference number, improved resource calendars and a broken down view of resource unavailability for administrators. Also available in this version is a configurable booking form. This will allow administrators to define extra information to be captured when a booking is made, and create different forms for different booking types.

Aug

APAC - Publish update - Wed2 Aug - 1pm AWST, 3pm AEST and 5pm NZDT

A recap of the most recent release of Publish, a sneak preview of the features currently in development and a look at the roadmap ahead.


Oct


APAC - Medical and Clinical Planning Workshop - Wed 4 Oct - 4pm AEST, 1pm AEST and 6pm NZST

As we are developing our next generation of scheduling services via Syllabus Plus Anywhere, we have the opportunity to review and enhance the functionality in core areas influence effective and quality timetabling. These workshops are designed to focus on what could be in the process of timetabling, planning and scheduling. Targeting those who are actively involved in the specific areas of scheduling within their role, these workshops look to identify the complexity around the processes undertaken. It is expected that the workshops will last no longer than 1 hour and some pre-workshop planning will be given. Spaces are limited to 15 people per session. 

Medical and Clinical Planning - To assist us with understanding the challenges that are faced with planning this course. 

EMEAA

July


EMEAA - Syllabus+ Anywhere Development Review - Fri 14 Jul - 1.30pm GMT and 2.30pm CET

The next in the series of Syllabus+ Anywhere development webinar will take place on 14 July. This half an hour session will give you an insight inot the latest sprint and developments that have been made so far with the software. Presented by Darren Woodward, these interactive sessions will allow you to not only view the software but feedback your views. 


EMEAA - Cohorts and Management Workshop - Thur 27 Jul - 1pm GMT and 2pm CET

As we are developing our next generation of scheduling services via Syllabus+ Anywhere, we have the opportunity to review and enhance the functionality in core areas influence effective and quality timetabling. These workshops are designed to focus on what could be in the process of timetabling, planning and scheduling. Targeting those who are actively involved in the specific areas of scheduling within their role, these workshops look to identify the complexity around the processes undertaken. It is expected that the workshops will last no longer than 1 hour and some pre-workshop planning will be given. Spaces are limited to 15 people per session. 

Cohorts and management - How do we really want to determine the programmes and pathways of Syllabus Plus Anywhere? This workshop will help us determine the programming information that is used most frequently in your daily tasks. 

EMEAA - Resource Booker Update - Wed 26 Jul - 1.30pm GMT and 2.30pm CET

An overview of the most recent Resource Booker release. Version 2.1 includes a booking reference number, improved resource calendars and a broken down view of resource unavailability for administrators. Also available in this version is a configurable booking form. This will allow administrators to define extra information to be captured when a booking is made, and create different forms for different booking types.

Aug

EMEAA - Publish Update - Wed 2 Aug - 1pm GMT and 2pm CET

A recap of the most recent release of Publish, a sneak preview of the features currently in development and a look at the roadmap ahead

Oct

EMEAA - Medical and Clinical Planning Workshop - Wed 4 Oct - 1pm GMT and 2pm CET

As we are developing our next generation of scheduling services via Syllabus+ Anywhere, we have the opportunity to review and enhance the functionality in core areas influence effective and quality timetabling. These workshops are designed to focus on what could be in the process of timetabling, planning and scheduling. Targeting those who are actively involved in the specific areas of scheduling within their role, these workshops look to identify the complexity around the processes undertaken. It is expected that the workshops will last no longer than 1 hour and some pre-workshop planning will be given. Spaces are limited to 15 people per session. 

Medical and Clinical Planning - To assist us with understanding the challenges that are faced with planning this course.