A town hall discussion of Cornell’s new space policies will be held Wednesday, June 6, at 2 p.m. in 146 Stocking Hall, followed by a networking session, where ice cream will be served. This event is open to anyone who schedules or requests rooms for meetings, classes or events, or is interested in space policies at Cornell.
Cornell’s space and scheduling policies – including access to space for events, use of central scheduling tools and instructional space scheduling – are part of the scope of the Scheduling and Space Inventory project, a cross-divisional effort underway for more than a year.
Recognizing the need for a universitywide system to manage academic and event reservations and facility space, the Scheduling and Space inventory project focuses on:
- implementing a new academic and event scheduling tool that will allow for centralization of services where processes are currently duplicated;
- replacing the current Facilities Inventory System and Real Property Information Management System software with an Integrated Workplace Management System; and
- the reporting, analytics and creation of a Space DataMart.