LARS 2.0  





  Current Statistics  





Users online: 44
Users: 26853
Organizations: 234
Resources: 3068
Resources: 4
TimeSlots: 42
Copeland Buhl & Company

Welcome to the newest version of Lab and Resource Scheduler 2.0!

This website is the latest release of Lab and Resource Scheduler. It is designed to allow schools and other organizations a quick and easy way to schedule labs, rooms, and other resources such as digitial cameras, projectors, etc.

The site has been redesigned from the ground up and includes a completely new interface and better support for all the major browsers including Opera, Safari, Firefox, and Internet Explorer. In addition to these improvements, the program now supports the following features:

  • Create unlimited resources and categories
  • Supports timeslot-based scheduling or block-based scheduling for each resource
  • Easily block out unavailable timeslots for all resources or individual resources
  • Each resource can be limited in it's ability to be scheduled by limiting how far in advance it can be scheduled, by limiting the maximum number of consecutive timeslots in one day, and by limiting the maximum number of consecutive days it can be scheduled by one user
  • Email notifications to administrators and users when items are scheduled and un-scheduled
  • Send messages to and from users and administrators
  • A variety of reports including what's been scheduled, resource usage, user usage, etc
  Latest News  





February 20,2018
Welcome to our newest member: Smithfield Selma High School in North Carolina.

February 13,2018
Welcome to our newest member: Meade High School in Georgia.

February 12,2018
Welcome to our newest member: Greenbrier High School in Georgia.

January 28,2018
Welcome to our newest school: Aztec High School in New Mexico.

January 10,2018
Welcome to our newest member: Harlem High School in Georgia.

November 20,2017
Welcome to our newest school: Williamsport Area High School in Pennsylvania.

November 12,2017
A new version of LARS was released this weekend. This includes a fix that was keeping users from logging in to the site and was giving a message that they were already signed on.