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MyTimetable allows students to personalise their timetable, for example by adding and removing course timetables and study programme timetables. Students can also pick their student sets, even further personalising their timetable.
Timetables can also be shown automatically using existing integrations, for example by using module enrolments from your student information system or Blackboard as an additional source of information.
Already offering personalised timetables straight from your timetabling process? It is also possible to disable personalisation in MyTimetable, or limit usage to lecturers and staff.
Students and staff will be familiar with and appreciate the many graphical views MyTimetable offers. Timetables can be shown per day, week, or month, or using a list view for date ranges such as semesters.
Colours are used to visualise different activity types. Overlap between activities can be highlighted, so students can use MyTimetable to compile a clash-free timetable before enrolling for courses.
Personalised timetables can be published to Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft Exchange or Google Calendar using push synchronisation, providing up-to-date calendars for staff and students. Timetables become part of staff calendars, resulting in complete and correct availability information when making appointments with co-workers.
A pull-based synchronisation using iCalendar feeds is available for calendar applications such as Microsoft Outlook, Google Calendar, Apple Calendar and various smartphone calendar applications.
Support staff can assist students and teachers by quickly looking up timetables. Room and building timetables can be shown in several convenient views.
The availability view allows for a birds-eye view on several rooms or a complete building. It can be used to swiftly resolve practical problems, or to locate unoccupied rooms for ad-hoc meetings.
MyTimetable supports several publishing strategies, for example to publish draft activities. You can use tagging to mark draft activities in your timetabling software, or consider all activities as draft until the start of a semester. It is possible to publish draft activities to staff only, allowing them to give feedback on their timetable.
Timetables can be downloaded in multiple formats, such as printable PDFs, making it easy to print your timetable while retaining the great layout of MyTimetable.
Other formats, such as CSV and iCalendar files are also supported.
Timetabling data can be fully secured using a role-based access model. For example, staff or draft timetables can be hidden from students when necessary, or students can be locked down to view only their personal timetable.