Office Hours Scheduling System / News: Recent posts

OH-3.1.0 Released

A substantially new version, in use at Princeton for two years,

Posted by Serge Goldstein 2007-11-01

Office Hours scheduling version 1.0.7 (stable) released

OHSS (Office Hours Scheduling System) allows faculty and administrators to post their office hours online, and students or others to schedule appointments with them. Release 1.0.1 includes important bug fixes that insure accurate computation of available appointment hour slots.

A unique feature of OHSS is its built-in academic calendar, which allows faculty to fully control their office hour schedules. The system uses both the web and email to notify people of pending appointments, and supports appointment cancellations. It also interfaces with Outlook and other common local calendaring tools.... read more

Posted by Serge Goldstein 2005-04-18

Office Hours Scheduling System released.

The Office Hours Scheduling System (OH) is a complete system for posting and scheduling office hours appointments via the web. T

The system allows authenticated users to post one or more office hour schedules, and allows students or others to view these schedules and make office hour appointments. The system sends email notifications and reminders of pending appointments. Appointments can be cancelled, and schedules can be modified, all with automatic email notifications, and all through the web.... read more

Posted by Serge Goldstein 2005-03-02

OHSS Office Hours Scheduling System 0.8 (beta) released

The initial (beta) release of the Office Hours Scheduling System has been released. I am looking for someone to download and test the release and the system. OHSS is a web-based office hours scheduling system that will be particularly useful in higher education. It allows faculty to post their office hours, and students to schedule appointments. It includes an email reminder facility.

Posted by Serge Goldstein 2005-02-10

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