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This task is typically performed by Course Administrators and Tutors to unscheduled Lecturecast recordings for a specific
lecture or series of lectures.

You can only delete a Lecturecast schedule which you created.

If you need to delete a Lecturecast schedule which was created by another user contact lecturecast@ucl.ac.uk

When a CMIS room booking is cancelled, the corresponding Lecturecast schedule is also cancelled. A notification
is sent to the event owner advising them of this. This will need to be rescheduled in the Scheduler.

Please see the guidance on Creating and editing a schedule.


This task describes the steps required to delete a schedule that you have created.

It involves:

  1. Searching for and selecting an event
  2. Deleting the schedule for the selected event

1. Search for and select an event

1.1 Select the search type

In this example, select the search type: Department/Module Code.

1.2 Enter your search parameters

In this example, enter a module code and then click the 'Search' button to view all events for the module code.

1.3 Search results are displayed in the ‘Events’ tab

Events up to 3 months in advance are displayed for the module code.

1.4 Select the 'Scheduled Events' tab

Use the tabs and filters to find the relevant scheduled event.

It is possible to delete a schedule directly from the ‘Events’ tab, however it is easier to find events using the
appropriate tab.

1.5 Select a scheduled event

Select the schedule you wish to delete.

You can unschedule multiple Lecturecast recordings by selecting multiple events at this step.

2. Delete the schedule

2.1 Unschedule the selected event 

Click the 'Unschedule' button to delete the schedule.

2.2 Select a reason for unscheduling the event

Select a reason from the drop down list.

2.3 Confirm the deletion

Click the 'Confirm' button and then click ‘OK’ to complete the deletion.

The event will no longer appear in the 'Scheduled Events' tab, it will now be available as an unscheduled event.

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