Friday, February 21

Central Timetabling By Computer: A Review Of Existing Information
# Since a computerised central timetabling system will seek to meet all demands for accommodation, there may be difficulties when staff find they are no longer permitted to specify certain times when they do not wish to teach, such as Monday mornings or Friday afternoons.

# Some systems will allow such restrictions for individual lecturers, but there would have to be an institutional policy about who should be allowed to restrict their teaching times in this way. Similarly, most systems can include a restriction, if required, that would prevent any lecturers being scheduled to teach at 9-10 am and 5-6 pm, with nothing scheduled in between.


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