We have successfully used Accutrack for the past year in the Kent Campus
Foreign Language Lab of FCCJ in Jacksonville, Florida.  We use it to keep up
with students' lab times that are required by Foreign Language instructors.
This is an underutilization of the software which is capable of many more
functions.  We use Windows NT, and have not had any problems with the
software.  I would not hesitate to recommend the software and the company.

-----Original Message-----
From: Janz, Arleen [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Friday, December 01, 2000 8:50 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Scheduling Software (was: RE: Accutrack)

I'm interested. I would appreciate public replies. In fact, I would
appreciate any feedback on scheduling software.

We just set up a tutoring center mid-October, and I am learning as I go. I
currently have an Access Database set up for keeping track of students and
giving my tutors regular reports of scheduled appointments, and giving
instructors regular reports of students served and what they are working on,
but the appointments themselves are written in a book that I then transfer
to the computer.

I have been searching the web for scheduling software that might meet our
needs, but this is a totally new area for me, so any suggestions concerning
keeping track of students, subjects in demand, tracking info for the
instructors' use and appointment setting that those here might have would be


Arleen Janz
DMTC Supervisor
Hillsborough Community College
Tampa, FL
(813) 253-7445

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Frances Kahn [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Thursday, November 30, 2000 8:12 PM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Accutrack
> Our learning center at The University of Vermont is presently
> considering
> the purchase of Accutrack for making student appointments, tracking
> students' attendance, gathering statistics and generating
> reports.  Before
> we make a financial commitment, we'd like to know what
> experiences any of
> you may have had with this software.  These are a couple of
> questions we
> would like addressed:  1) What is the quality of support that
> is provided?
> 2)  Is it a disadvantage that the program is not networked on campus?
> If you don't think others on the list would be interested in
> this topic,
> please e-mail me at [log in to unmask]
> Thank you, Fran Kahn