Roundup: Scheduling with Orchestra

Over the years, we’ve continuously built the Orchestra Master Scheduler (our standalone scheduling software) to provide a better user experience. In this post, we’ve curated articles related to Orchestra. Without further ado, let’s take a look:

Announcing the Orchestra Master Scheduler

Setting up the Master Scheduler

Configuring the Master Scheduler

Related Articles

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How our online master schedule can complement your SIS harmoniously

Student Information Systems (SIS) has become an important part of K-12 education and colleges. They help with many different aspects schools need. From attendance to grade books, report cards, and of course scheduling. 

For a school to be able to create its schedule with ease is a huge relief. A lot of time is saved, especially for the faculty. So what happens when the schedule feature is not exactly what you had hoped for?

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How a Master Schedule can help improve your College productivity

Academic productivity is important for institutions. It shows that contributions made by universities are for the betterment of student learning and it increases over time. There are many practices to help improve academic productivity. The biggest aspect that helps is technology. We will be sharing how an Online Master Scheduler, (OMS), connected to your student information system, can improve productivity in your university. 

As an institution, especially tertiary education, universities offer a long list of courses to students. Students can have a combination of a major or minor in different degrees. The issue with having a lot of course options for students is ensuring there’s flexibility and ability to accommodate students. Scheduling can be a daunting task when dealing with conflicts for every student. Especially when your method is outdated. 

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