Do you wish that more people knew about your upcoming events? Would you like to attract larger audiences for your lectures, concerts, seminars, plays or film screenings? The Johns Hopkins University Online Events Calendar -- http://webapps.jhu.edu/eventslist -- may be your answer.
Prominently linked on the university's home page -- www.jhu.edu -- and on secondary pages, the calendar features both events open to the general public and those limited to the university community or a specific segment, such as students.
And entering your events into the database gets you more than just online exposure. The same database provides entries for the calendar printed each week in The Gazette, which is distributed to all Johns Hopkins locations and appears online.
In addition, Homewood events are automatically displayed on the campus's i-Site information kiosks. Lastly, the database provides the information used in the monthly "@Hopkins" calendar that is distributed in the neighborhoods near Homewood. One additional advantage: You can use the database to create a separate Web-based calendar of just your organization's events, which can be linked to your own Web page.
The bottom line: You enter your events once and get exposure for them in up to five different places.
Events can be entered months in advance, and they can easily be edited or deleted if changes occur.
If you would like to start entering your events or would like more information about the Events Calendar, contact Alicia Campbell, campus information coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.