Is your event on the University's Web calendar?
November 12, 2001
Dennie Burke, executive director of public relations and marketing, reminds all faculty and staff that, as of Fall 2001, the University Calendar is interactive. That means every department or office should log on and enter information about planned events or activities. "Actually, they should log on and check the calendar before they plan an event," Burke says. "That prevents conflicts with previously scheduled events."
Posting all events on the Web site is important, Burke says. "Thousands of people check out the Austin Peay Web site weekly, including alumni, donors, prospective students, community friends and folks moving to the area. When visitors to our Web site click on "University Calendar," it's important they see the full scope of events and activities offered by the University. That's possible only if sponsors of events and activities post their events on the site."
Burke urges faculty and staff to input information about their activities as far ahead as possible, as it may take several days to get all information posted.