LiveWhale event category best practices
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When creating an event, check the box for all event categories that describe the event. These categories do not change, and adding one or more is not required. If the event does not fit into a category, you can use a global or local tag.
|Art and museum exhibitions
A new exhibition at the Grunwald Gallery of Art
|Culture and languages
Cultural Wellness Mini-Series, Weekly Italian Conversation
Functions, festivals, and celebrations
First Thursdays, IU Diversity Symposium
|Health and wellness
Stress reduction workshop, Healthy Relationships Support Group
Lectures, talks, seminars, and conferences
Microbiology Seminar Series, Indiana Uplands Winter Food Conference
|Performances, shows, and films
IU Cinema events, theater shows
Softball game times, tennis matches
Campus Girl Scouts, Relay for Life
Training, non-credit classes, and learning opportunities
Human Resources training for faculty/staff, Creating Fonts With Adobe Illustrator
Volunteer and fundraising opportunities
Dance Marathon, Books & Beyond Project Info Session
Each calendar should have one campus selected as a default. If the event will be on a different campus than the default campus, coordinate with the calendar admin of the different campus to publish the event.
Use thecampus selection for any event that will be streamed or given online. If you want your event to show up on a campus's main group calendar, check both and the main campus calendar (for example, or , depending on your organization's primary campus).
Select the audience of the event based on the types of people you want to attend.
For example, if there is a student-only event, include only, not or . Clinical sciences schools and units are the only ones to have audiences of .
Available audiences and descriptions:
- The public
- Residents and fellows (clinical sciences units only)