scheduling software suggestions?

Kristi Bryant kbryant at WELLSTOWN.ORG
Thu Oct 24 09:43:25 EDT 2013

Hi Kelli,

I know Jeff Cabral from McArthur Public Library in Biddeford, Maine uses a scheduling software.  You might check with him.  His email address is jcabral at

Kristi Bryant
Reference and Technology Librarian
Wells Public Library
Wells, Maine  04090
207-646-8181 ext. 205
e-mail:  kbryant at

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From: Web technologies in libraries [mailto:WEB4LIB at LISTSERV.ND.EDU] On Behalf Of Kelli Staley
Sent: Wednesday, October 23, 2013 4:39 PM
Subject: [WEB4LIB] scheduling software suggestions?

I don't want to use Outlook for this.

I'm looking for a (free or cheap) scheduling software that:
Allows staff to input requests off (optional, but nice)
Allows input of special events; assign someone to work the event (i.e. Juan is scheduled 12-5, but is handling the computer class from 2-3:30)

Allows scheduling without setting up fixed shifts, but shows areas are covered.
Allows view/print of multiple weeks at a time.  We always do a monthly schedule, most of what I've found already is basically a grid list of days across the top, names down the side.
I really don't want to waste the paper for a weekly schedule.
Keeps track of total hours per employee (optional)
Any suggestions? TIA

Kelli Staley
COSUGI Conference Chair Elect 2013-2014

Circulation, Collection and Computer Services Dept. Head
Lansing Public Library
2750 Indiana Ave.
Lansing, IL 60438
(708) 474-2447x123
kelli at<mailto:kelli at>

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