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|+GRC Spring 2012 Demo|
|+<strong>Spring 2012 GRC demo</strong>|
|+<b>Time and Date of Interview:</b> June 7, 2012 at 9am<br>|
|+<b>Names of Team Members Attending:</b> Evan Ovadia and Jordan Hand<br>|
|+<b>Names of Attending Clients: </b> Dr. Malcolm Keif<br>|
|+<b>Location of Interview:</b> Dr. Keif's office. Bld. 26 - 210C<br>|
|+Inquired about Peoplesoft integration|
|+Feature Request: Different scales of calendar views. Larger than a week and zooming into particular days.|
|+Feature Request: Disallow scheduling for certain timeframes. ie. There is always a meeting on Mondays from 2-3. Disallow classes during that.|
|+Feature Request: A method to prevent certain classes from being scheduled at the same time.|
|+Features needed for adoption:|
|+ At least a Day view, faculty view, course view, ability to have co-teachers.|
|+ Currently Dr. Keif uses a program called <a href=http://schedulingstudio.com/>Lantiv Timetabler 6</a>. Timetabler is meant|
|+ for elementary schools but has some interesting features. It allows subviews, ie. Have a main view then have another view in the corner.|
|+ It also allows for visual feedback of what spots a course is valid and where it isn't. It also does this when for both teachers when a course is|
|+ jointly taught.|
|+ If it had more features (like the ones he mentioned) and it was stable, Dr. Keif would consider using it.|