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Re: [school-discuss] class scheduling applications needed

let me add http://fle3.uiah.fi/ to your list of virtual learning
environments. I have also heard about a product called Manhattan but don't
know much about it.


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----- Original Message -----
From: "Doug Loss" <drloss@suscom.net>
To: <schoolforge-discuss@schoolforge.net>
Sent: Wednesday, September 04, 2002 8:48 PM
Subject: Re: [school-discuss] class scheduling applications needed

> jkinz@rcn.com wrote:
> > Hi-   In connection to my efforts to get a school started using Open
> > software (ie Linux), I've been asked if there is a scheduling
> > available for managing class/classroom scheduling ?
> >
> > This is software that would take in lists of students, the courses each
> > student has to take, instructors, and classrooms and would output a
> > schedule which (in theory) allows all the students to get all the
classes they
> > need.
> >
> > Any one have any ideas or suggestions ?
> Take a look in the Administrative category of the SEUL/edu Educational
> Applications Index.  The ones that look promising to me are asigna,
> Carnegie, eduBase, Educational Information System, JAdvisor, OpenSIS,
> scheduler, Schedulist, Tablix, and XPUSP.  I've probably missed a few.
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