Adding an event to the calendar on lu.se
The calendar on lu.se shows activities from the whole University which are intended for external visitors, such as the general public and schools.
Is your department planning a popular science event – a lecture, debate or some other event which is intended for the general public? Do enter the event in Lund University’s general calendar, which is displayed on lu.se/events
Here you will find information about which guidelines apply to the lu.se calendar and how to publish an event.
Guidelines for publishing in the lu.se calendar
Events that are to be added to the calendar must:
- be open to external visitors (the public, schools, etcetera) and preferably have one of these as the main target group
- take place at or near one of the university's locations (or digitally)
- have the University (faculty, department/equivalent) as the main organiser or co-organiser of the event. Events in which individual researchers from Lund University participate, but which are organised by organisations other than the University, are not to be added to the calendar.
Upcoming PhD thesis defences – not in the calendar
Upcoming thesis defences are not added to the calendar on lu.se. On lu.se a complete list of all upcoming thesis defences at all faculties are being displayed directly from LUP (Lund University Publications). The list can be reached from a permanent button on lu.se/events
Create and publish calendar events
Information on how to create a calendar event can be found in the Drupal guide.
To publish an event, go to the calendar sharing tool, which all employees at Lund University have access to.
Adding an event to several different calendars
Most faculties/equivalent also have their own local calendars. The calendar sharing service is there to make it easier for those who want to easily publish an event in several calendars at the same time.
The additional calendars you can share your event to when you are logged in to the calendar sharing service, depends partly on where in the organisation you work, and partly on whether you have received extended authorisations from a calendar administrator.
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