Determine what your message is, the best way to communicate it, and what action you desire your viewers to take when others receive the message.
The BYU-Idaho Calendar is a collection of: campus wide scheduled events. It is linked from the University's main page and from within my.byui.edu. Filters can be used to expand or limit the listings. Users may subscribe to specific calendars in which they are most interested.
Central location for campus events.
Subscription, RSS feeds, filters, and search capabilities are possible.
Event descriptions and images can complement other marketing materials and may include a link to another web page with more information.
Events may be easily shared through email, over 250 social media platforms, or saved to personal calendars.
Events are shown combined with all other scheduled campus events. This may not give you the recognition your event needs for effective advertising.
Schedule a location for your event by contacting the Scheduling Office at 208-496-3120.
Write a description of up to two hundred characters long. You may include a URL for an external webpage. Create an image file that is 600 pixels wide and 400 pixels high. If possible, use a photo-editing program (e.g. Photoshop) to optimize for the web or save image at 72 dpi.
Acquire University approval and the verification stamp (if needed) before publishing.
By submitting a written description and image to the Scheduling Office through EMS or by emailing email@example.com.
Print or export your media and distribute your message through official BYU-Idaho marketing channels.
The Scheduling Office will connect your scheduled event to your calendar description and image on the BYU-Idaho Calendar. Remember, you may share your BYU-Idaho calendar posting freely through social media. To learn more about scheduling events at BYU-Idaho using the online schedule, visit the Scheduling Office Web Site.
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