1 Last Update: August 2009 Release 7.3 Administration: General Overview This lesson is specifically designed to introduce system users to the look and feel of the web based application. This lesson will cover the common features throughout Astra Schedule, the location of key components and basic user navigation. Astra Schedule VII Training Manual Document by: Terry L. Saye Training Developer Ad Astra Information Systems, LLC W. 80th Street, Suite 300 Overland Park, KS
2 Table of Contents Lesson Objectives 3 Required Settings 3 Best Practices 3 Concept Introduction 3 Portal Overview 5 Calendars Overview 8 Holidays and Announcements 12 Menu Tabs 13 List Pages 14 Edit/Detail Pages 15 Wizards/Special Features 16 Reports 17 Summary 19
3 Page 3 Deliver an overview of the Astra Schedule System Provide an understanding of the main user interface Identify the location of key scheduling components Introduce calendaring and portal functionality Lesson Objectives Costly conflicts and errors associated with manual scheduling Common Practices Dual entry and errors due to SIS system / Scheduling incompatibility Inability to support multiple users across campus Unavailability of a Web client resource Lengthy scheduling processes and unrealistic deadlines on course scheduling Misuse of resources, resulting in inaccurate forecasting for growth potential Lack of reporting needed to influence change Enterprise calendaring with real time conflict checking SIS integration Distributed scheduling capabilities Web based solutions Best Practices Optimized scheduling Scenario capabilities Resource utilization reporting Concept Introduction Ad Astra Information Systems evolved from The Shaver Partnership, an innovative architecture firm formed in 1915 with the original mission of educational facilities design and beginning in the 1950 s higher education space planning and analysis. After decades of helping colleges and universities with resource and scheduling issues, our founder Tom Shaver chose to leverage this experience to provide solution services supported by an integrated, campus wide scheduling system that can be configured to fit the unique needs of each institution. The result is Astra Schedule, a software package using the latest technology that helps colleges and universities manage their resources, analyze data, and plan growth like never before.
4 Page 4 In addition to this enterprise scheduling software package, Ad Astra has created additional tools and services for the advancement of course offering processes, greater student retention, higher on time graduation statistics, and detailed space utilization analysis. For more information on any of these areas, please visit our website at or contact your Regional Account Manager at (888) Welcome to Astra Schedule. Solutions that fit.
5 Page 5 Portal Overview Now in a web based format, Astra Schedule has exciting new capabilities for easier access to and dissemination of scheduling information starting with the guest portal capability. Once the system has been installed at a customer site, anyone visiting the designated URL will find information made available to the public through a customizable portal. This portal page may contain web parts linked to information within the Astra System, other internet sites or RSS feeds. Additional pages may also be made available to the Guest role, including customizable calendars and resource lists. Public calendars tab, for event and academic information. Holiday list from the scheduling system. Local weather information from RSS feed. Vocabulary Terms: Portal: Customizable web pages that allow for immediate access to desired features and information. Web Parts: Modular web components that allow users the ability to create a web portal containing information from various systems or locations. RSS Feed: Really Simple Syndication is a format for syndicating constantly updated information such as news, weather, blogs, etc. This is a widely used format for information sources available on the internet. System users will then select the login option available in the upper right corner of the web page to enter the scheduling system. What is the benefit of the guest portal? Allow your guests to view a daily list of events, weekly calendar, or print public scheduling reports from the front page, not to mention request forms for events and equipment.
6 Page 6 Once logged into the system, each user will have access to a personalized portal based on their system login. Like the guest portal, items available to Astra Home will be selected by the administrator, but may then be modified by the user to contain personally relevant information for immediate review. This may include scheduling information from the system, shortcuts to system features, or external RSS feeds. Additional tabs available to users based on their individual settings are: Calendars (provides scheduling views for both resources and activities) Academics (contains sections and academic scheduling tools) Resources (inventory management including room and equipment editing) Events (event meeting information and event scheduling tools) Reporting (reports, configuration tools and subscription features) Setup (system settings and administrative functions) Portal Settings During system implementation the administrator will need to configure the portal options. To select the options available to the guest and/or personal portal pages the administrator will follow these steps: 1. Login to the system with Administrative rights. 2. Click the SetUp tab. 3. Click the Portal Configuration link. 4. Select the portal currently being configured from the Portal Page List. 5. Click on the Edit button to choose the available web parts for this portal page. 6. Once the parts have been selected, the page layout may be configured using the Click to configure portal page link. Items placed on a default page by the system administrator may be edited, but not removed by the user during customization. A default configuration may be completed for each of the available portal pages by the system administrator during implementation.
7 Page 7 Customizing Portals Portal pages are configured or customized using the following steps: To add web parts to the portal page: 1. Users will click on the Add Items to Your Portal link in the upper right corner of the Astra Home page. 2. Select the desired web parts from the Catalog Zone model. 3. Select the desired position or zone from the drop down menu. (Each portal has 3 columns.) 4. Click the Add button to add the web parts to the portal page. Once added, web parts may be edited or removed using the icons in the web part header. Depending on the type of web part, data included may be filtered and titles may be customized to fit. For all web parts, the display zone and display order may be changed. Exercise #1 Janice does not work with academic sections but must often create events, answer questions on upcoming events, and send event reports to interested parties throughout campus on demand. Create a personal portal for this user type.
8 Page 8 The Calendars tab allows users and guests (if desired) an overall view of scheduled resources and activities. With filters, searches and optional views this feature will easily become one of the most commonly used areas of the application. To create a quick event from the calendars, a user with proper security settings may click on any date/time to create the activity. For more information, see the Activities Events training manual. Calendars Overview On the Calendars tab, many options may be made available to the user. This may include calendars and filters previously configured by an administrator, viewing options, a resource search tool for finding available rooms and equipment and access to create and edit personal filters. Current Filter Information Available Viewing Options and Resource Search Tool Preconfigured Calendars Preconfigured Filters Calendar View Tabs Date Selector Filter Options If not assigned a default filter, users will initially be viewing all activities in all locations (restricted only by user access settings) which may involve a vast amount of data. Users with access to preconfigured calendars may change the view and data by selecting a new item from the Calendar drop down menu. This date selection tool is available throughout the application. Clicking on the title at the top will open a month or year selector.
9 Page 9 Data filters are changed by selecting a new item from the Filter dropdown menu or by using the Edit Filter button. Custom filters may be saved using the Manage Filters button. Resource Search Tool The Search button allows users with access to look for available room, equipment, or service resources based on the dates and times required. This is extremely helpful for finding recurring meeting pattern rooms and resources for section and exam additions as well as providing quick answers to event schedulers. To create a new search: 1. Click the Calendars tab. 2. Click Search to open the Available Room and Resource Tool. 3. In the Meetings area click Add New to enter the desired meeting information.
10 Page Continue to add meetings as necessary. 5. In the Search Filters area, select the resource type(s) desired. (This option controls the overall search function, regardless of filters applied.) 6. Fill out the appropriate filter information. 7. In the Search Results area, select the purpose of the search. Event schedulers may select one of the available rooms and use the Create Event button to create an event based on the search. 8. Click the Search button. 9. Returned results may be printed as a report, using the Print button. Calendar Management A user with access to the Calendar Management area will be able to create and save standardized calendars for others to view on the Calendars tab. To create a new calendar: 1. Click the Setup tab. 2. Click the Manage Calendars link to view the Calendars List.
11 Page Click Add Calendar. 4. Enter a Name and Description. 5. Select data filtering options, starting with any overall restrictions to the locations or resources that will be available to viewers. 6. To add Pre defined Filters to the calendar, use the Add Filter button. These filters must first exist in your personal calendar tab. Select one of these filters to be the default. When adding filters, be sure that the restrictions of the filter do not conflict with the restrictions set at the calendar level. Exercise #2 Janice is an event scheduler in the student union. Create two different filters for her activities based on event type and location. Exercise #3 Create a standardized event calendar which includes the two filters created in Exercise #2.
12 Page 12 Holidays and Announcements are added to the enterprise calendaring system from the Setup Master List link. This area may also be accessed from Events tab Event Admin. area or the Academics tab Academics Admin. area. Holidays and Announcements To add a new Holiday or Announcement: 1. Click the Add Holiday/Announcement button 2. Enter the desired name in the text box. 3. Select a Start Date and End Date. 4. Choose the appropriate attributes. 5. Optionally enter a text description and view affected activities. 6. Click the Save button. To edit an existing Holiday or Announcement: 1. Click the edit icon at the end of the item row. 2. Edit the text box(es). 3. Click the Save button. To delete an existing Holiday or Announcement: 1. Click the delete icon at the end of the item row. 2. Click OK to remove the item. Vocabulary Terms: Holiday: Dates labeled for display on a campus calendar that may affect scheduling access. Announcement: Items of interest to be displayed on a campus calendar on a certain date. Announcements do not affect scheduling features. Featured: A visibility status setting that allows selected events, holidays, announcements and reports to be highlighted on the portal. Exercise #4 Add an academic holiday to the system that allows events and an announcement. View these on the calendar.
13 Page 13 Menu Tabs The remaining tabs in the Astra Schedule interface are menu tabs for the various functions associated with enterprise scheduling and system administration. At the top of a menu tab are Quick Link navigation tools. The left column contains links for activity and resource management, resource assignment, reporting, and system configuration. The right column provides links to the Help documentation and administrative functions. Exercise #5 Bob is the scheduler for the Biology department. Using the links on the menu tab, locate the sections list view, where Bob spends much of his time during scheduling.
14 Page 14 Most of the links found on the menu tabs will bring the user to a list page. This page is a list view of activities or resources within the system. From these data lists users can add, edit, and delete items based on security settings. The list page selected appears as a sub tab of the current menu tab. In the Quick Links menu, the current sub tab name is in bold font. The left column is reserved for search, filter, and help options. List Pages The main column of the page will display the results of the current query and access to view or edit the details of any item returned. Users will also be able to add new items where applicable. The left column may be minimized by clicking on the heading icons. List pages may be sorted, by clicking on the column headings. Options are available at the bottom of the page for the number of records shown per page and for navigating through the results. Items on this page may have additional detailed information that is available for viewing by hovering the mouse over the starburst icon next to the item s name. Exercise #6 To make Bob s job easier, filter the Section List to the most current term and show only biology sections.
15 Page 15 Edit/Detail Pages appropriate list view. Edit/Detail pages may be reached by selecting a specific item link in a list page, or by jumping into a specific activity, resource, setting, or person, from the calendars area. Detail page content will vary based on the various components of the item being viewed. The top navigation links from the menu tab will remain available, while navigating individual records. Clicking on the menu links will bring the user out of the detail area and back into the The detail page will be comprised of various tools for adding/editing data including: Text boxes Date/time Selectors Drop down lists Multiple selection list boxes Checkboxes Data Trees Quick Links Buttons At the top of the detail area are additional quick links that allow a user to jump down the page data to the area of interest. Directly to the right of the quick links are the buttons that manage the page mode (view, edit, etc.) based on user access rights. All of the information available on the detail pages is divided into collapsible panels for easier viewing and navigation. To expand or retract the selected area, click on the arrow icon, next to the collapsible panel header. Context sensitive help links are also available.
16 Page 16 While most of the data in the system is managed by the menu/list/detail hierarchy, more complex tasks are often handled by a Wizard feature, which walks the user through the task step by step. Examples of this are: The Event Wizard New Optimizer Runs Wizards / Special Features When using a wizard, the user is presented with a form based decision tree which progresses to the next step by clicking on the Next button at the bottom of each form completed. At the top of the wizard, the complete steps are listed, with the current step highlighted. At the bottom of these pages are the navigation controls. Once a task is completed, the newly created item is added to the proper inventory list for viewing and editing. Other special areas include system configuration settings, where the menu selection takes the user directly into a detail/edit page. These items generally do not have multiple entries and therefore, do not require search/filter views.
17 Page 17 Reports Management of the reporting system in Astra Schedule involves configuring the report server and settings, managing the report user subscription list and report run history, and optionally editing, creating and uploading reports to the system. The report server configuration will take place during installation and implementation of the product. These settings are located on the Reporting tab, under the Report Admin area. Run a Report To run a report in Astra Schedule: 1. Click the Reports tab. 2. Click the Reports link to view the Reports List. 3. Identify the report you would like to view and click the report name. 4. If the report includes any user configurable parameters, these options are displayed in the left panel. Click the Edit button to the right of the parameter you wish to change and enter or select the required value in the dialog box. 5. Click Apply to refresh the report. Reports may be exported to various electronic formats. Clicking on the printer icon will export to.pdf format for printing and viewing. Users will require a.pdf reader. Report Subscriptions Users may subscribe to any available report to have that report delivered to them via at regular intervals. To enter a report subscription: 1. Click on the Reports tab. 2. Click on the Report Subscriptions option. 3. Click the Add Report Subscription button. The Report Subscription details form will appear. 4. Select the report to which you would like to subscribe from the list.
18 Page Enter a Name for the subscription. 6. Select a format from the Output Format list. 7. Select the frequency with which the report should be generated from the Report Schedule drop down list. 8. Click Add to add subscribers to the report. 9. Select a subscriber from the drop down list and click Save to add them to the list. 10. If applicable, specify the parameters to be used in the report for this subscription. 11. Click Save to save the subscription and return to the list. View Report Runs The history of report subscriptions that are generated are saved as Report Runs so the report and its subscription details can be viewed at a later date. The length of time this information is stored is configured during the Report Server Configuration. To view the details of a Report Run: 1. Click on the Reports tab. 2. Click the Report Runs option. 3. Click on an individual subscription name to view the details of the run. Crystal Reports 2008 is required to edit existing reports or create new reports to add to the Astra Schedule system. A new Crystal Report file (.rpt) can be uploaded to Astra Schedule and made available to users through the application. Please consult Crystal Reports help for more information on generating and editing report files. Exercise #7 Select an academic report and create a weekly subscription for five faculty members.
19 Page 19 Overview Summary Users that have completed this module should feel comfortable with navigating Astra Schedule, and using the web portal and calendar tools to customize the application for immediate access to the data they use most often. Finding data in the system is handled through the main menu tabs based on the area of functionality. Once located, data may be viewed and edited based on filtered search results and customized views. Context sensitive help links are available throughout the product for further instruction and step by step wizards walk the user through the more complex tasks as necessary. For more information on any specific area of the application, please see the System User Help documentation.
20 Page 20 Exercise #1 Janice does not work with academic sections but must often create events, answer questions on upcoming events, and send event reports to interested parties throughout campus on demand. Create a personal portal for this user type. 1. In the Astra Home tab click on the Add Items to Your Portal link. 2. Select event centric web parts for each zone. Astra Schedule Functions (once on the portal, this can be filtered to event functions like Request Event and Schedule Event) Event List (this might be added more than once on the portal as each version may be filtered to reflect a subset of events) Calendar (this is recommended only in the middle zone due to the size of the calendar and can be filtered to an event only view if desired) Holiday/Announcements Dashboard Reports (may be filtered to an event dashboard report) Report List (may be added more than once and filtered to specific subsets of event reports) Exercise #2 Janice is an event scheduler in the student union. Create two different filters for her activities based on event type and location. 1. In the Calendars tab select the calendar view button. 2. Click on the Edit Filter button. 3. In the Location filter select a campus and building. 4. Check the Show Events checkbox. 5. Select an event type. 6. Remove the check on the Show Sections checkbox if it exists. 7. Click the View Calendar button. 8. Click on the Manage Filters button. 9. Name the new filter and Save. 10. Repeat these steps, selecting a different event type in step 5. Exercise #3 Create a standardized event calendar which includes the two filters created in Exercise #2. 1. Click on the Setup tab. 2. Select the Manage Calendars link. 3. Click on the Add Calendar button. 4. Enter a Name for the calendar. 5. In the Filter Options area click the Add Filter button. 6. Select the first filter and click Save. 7. Click the Add Filter button again. 8. Select the second filter and click Save. 9. Click the Set as Default option on one of the two filters. 10. Click the Save button at the bottom of the page to add this calendar to the system. Exercise Solutions Exercise #4 Add an academic holiday to the system that allows events and an announcement. View these on the calendar. 1. Click on the Setup tab. 2. Select the Holidays and Announcements link. 3. Click on the Add Holiday/Announcement button. 4. Enter a Name for the holiday. 5. Use the date tool to select a Start Date. (The system will automatically set the End Date to the same day.) 6. Check the Allow the Scheduling of Events on Holiday checkbox. 7. Click Save to add the holiday to the system. 8. Click on the Add Holiday/Announcement button. 9. Enter a Name for the announcement.
21 Page Use the date tool to select a Start Date. (The system will automatically set the End Date to the same day.) 11. Check the Announcement checkbox. 12. Click Save to add the announcement to the system. 13. Return to the calendar page and use the date tool to find the newly created holiday and announcement. Exercise #5 Bob is the scheduler for the Biology department. Using the links on the menu tab, locate the sections list view, where Bob spends much of his time during scheduling. 1. Click the Academics tab. 2. Select the Sections link. Exercise #6 To make Bob s job easier, filter the Section List to the most current term and show only biology sections. 1. In the Academics tab select the Sections link. 2. Use the Find Meetings filter to restrict the list view to the current term and Biology subject. 3. Click the Search button to filter the list. Exercise #7 Select an academic report and create a weekly subscription for five faculty members. 1. In the Reporting tab select the Report Subscriptions link. 2. Click the Add Report Subscription button to create the new subscription. 3. Enter in the required information, adding five Subscribers to the subscription. 4. Click Save to retain the subscription. This documentation is intended only for the use of licensed customers of Astra Schedule software and is PRIVILEGED and CONFIDENTIAL. Intended recipients shall not sell, transfer, publish, disclose, display or otherwise make any of this information available to others. Dissemination is strictly prohibited.
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