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Following a successful pilot conceived and run by the SSJC in Easter Term 2012 online calendars have been created for each undergraduate lecture course. Timetables for Parts IA and IB can be loaded in their entirety and for Parts IIA and IIB timetables can be loaded for each module so that you can add the relevant module schedules into your calendar. Please follow the instructions below precisely to load the timetables into Google calendars so that they are automatically updated.
The Teaching Office will update the online calendars when we are informed of changes in advance but cannot guarantee that they will be up-to-date if lecturers make other arrangements or if there are last minute changes as Google can take up to a day to update the calendars. For this reason the calendars are NOT definitive and you must take note if lecturers or the Teaching Office tell you of any changes to scheduled lecture times.
The pdf version of the timetable (and lecture cards for Parts IA and IB) were correct at the date of production but will not subsequently be updated with further changes. However, the Teaching Office will email students when we are aware of changes.
We welcome feedback on the timetables and suggestions for improvement: please contact Madeline (firstname.lastname@example.org).
To load one of these calendars into Google, copy the link address (either by copying and pasting the url, or by using your browser's "Copy link address" function.
Then go to Google calendars, find "Other calendars" (to the left of the main Calendar area), select the small boxed down-arrow, select "Add from URL", and paste the link address into the resulting pop-up box. You do not need to tick the "make this calendar public" option.
If you subsequently wish to remove a calendar you have loaded, go to your Google calendar "Settings" page ('cog' icon), select the "Calendars" tab, and click the "unsubscribe" link corresponding to the loaded calendar you wish to remove.
The method described above is the only one that we currently believe to work reliably. We will, however, update this link with details of any mechanisms that we discover do or don't work with particular calendaring applications.
Please do not ask the operators for detailed support when using these links in any way other than as described above.
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