Let students, professors and 3rd parties book rooms, catering, and equipment through TE Reserve. Event management and one-off reservations have never been so easy.
TE Reserve is used by more than half a million students, faculty and staff to book rooms and equipment across their campus. It's the most effective way to ensure institution's utilize their resources to its maximum potential, while giving students access to the study environments they need.
With TE Reserve's permission system, you can confidently open up sections of your resources to the relevant user groups. Study rooms for students, equipment for faculty, and auditoriums for 3rd parties, for example.
A mobile-friendly user interface provides a streamlined reservation experience, but TE Reserve still harnesses all the power from the scheduling engine that powers all of TimeEdit's products.
Allow students to reserve lecture halls one week in advance, and set limits to length and and frequency. TE Reserve let you
We get it, some resources are not free for all. That's why we built in request functionality so you can separate between owners and requesters for your different rooms and resources.
TE Reserve is seamlessly integrated with the TE Suite. All reservation data is instantly updated across the suite so you will never double book anything by accident.
Lab equipment, desks and computers. TE Reserve handles reservation of any resource type.
Allow students & staff to order events through TE Reserve by including services such as catering, seating set-up and cleaning.
Improve your utilization rates and increase revenue streams by allowing external reservation requests.
Professors can swiftly announce appointment slots for students to reserve. Perfect for tutoring and coaching sessions.
At Linköping University, a 20 000 student large campus in central Sweden, all rooms without classes the next day are automatically made available for students to reserve.
"By not only letting students reserve the usual study rooms, but all left-over lecture halls, we ensure that all students have access to a study environment in which they can thrive. When we first created this policy, it was a game changer for our students. It's really helped us increase student satisfaction and success"
- Administrator, Linköping Unviersity