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Timetable Planning System

Mobile app

There has been a major update in the mobile app for iOS, Android, and Windows Mobile. The following features have been developed.

  • Interface in two languages

The language can be changed in the settings.

  • Timetable published in English

There is an option to publish an individual timetable for a student and a lecturer in English. When the language is switched in the interface, the language of the timetable on the mobile device is also changed. Attention: in order to display the individual timetable, indicate your corporate email in the app settings (for lecturers, in the @hse.ru domain; for students, in the @edu.hse.ru domain).

  • Geolocation in the app

Disciplines are often taught at departments that are located in buildings other than where most of the classes of the student’s education programme are taught. The lecturers may face the same problem, when they are assigned classrooms in various HSE buildings for timetabling reasons. The mobile app now includes a geolocation service, and any student, lecturer or researcher can easily look for the building where they have a class.

  • Vertical scrolling with automatic data loading

Now everything can be done with one click. The timetable is loaded automatically during vertical scrolling. If necessary, the user can download a previous timetable. The user is automatically positioned on the current day in the timetable viewing mode. The mobile app includes a cache with date and time of the last update.

  • Integrating classes into your personal calendar

The mobile app allows you to include classes in your  personal calendar. To do so, choose a period of planning, export the classes and they will be added to the current tasks.

Please send any comments on the scheduling system and its development to the scheduling support team, ruz@hse.ru.

 


 

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