New Event-Scheduling Software and New Events Calendar Now Live

02/23/2014

Contributed by Stephen Shoemaker

Today, the Ithaca College campus community has two new tools to reserve and schedule event space and to promote their events. Please remember that these are separate systems.

25Live replaces the Resource25 (R25) scheduling application. It is a web-based tool that allows students, faculty, and staff to view up-to-date room availability and request event space 24/7, from any computer connected to the Internet.

Once your event space has been reserved, you can use the new calendar of eventsto promote it to the campus community and the public. The calendar homepage showcases featured and trending events (based on popularity). Once you log in with your Netpass, you can submit events, mark events that you plan to attend, review events afterward, and follow groups and other calendar users.

Additional functions available include:

Again, please remember that 25Live and the Events Calendar are separate systems. Having a room reservation confirmed on 25Live does not mean your event will automatically appear on the Event Calendar.

You can access 25Live at https://25live.collegenet.com/ithaca/.  More information, including the latest demonstrations and training times, can be found at the 25Live User Support web page.  Additional questions can be directed to Heather Schuck, scheduling coordinator, Campus Center and Event Services, at cesreservations@ithaca.edu  or (607) 274-3313.

The Events Calendar can be found at events.ithaca.edu. Students, faculty, and staff will be able to post events to the calendar directly, though there will be an approval process before they go live on the site. More information and training material is available at ithaca.edu/events/help. If you have additional questions, please email events@ithaca.edu or call (607) 274-1440.

PLEASE NOTE: Going forward, any stories posted to Intercom about an event will require a link to the specific event in the Event Calendar.
 

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