Information Technology Services (ITS) provides access to and is responsible for the maintenance and operation of the
NYU Events Calendar, a web-based showcase for the promotion by eligible members of the University community of the
The NYU Events Calendar is currently powered by the Live Whale Calendar product. Service features include:
Please note, the NYU Events Calendar is NOT:
Pending approval, full-time NYU administrative staff with active NetIDs and NYUHome accounts who have primary responsibility for managing event information for their school, department, or program may be provided with access to the Events Calendar administrator utility.
Information added to the NYU Events Calendar is publicly accessible. Each event, once added, is associated with a group name whose recipients are identified by NetID. This group (and its members), hereafter known as the "primary author" of the event content, is responsible for the information posted to the NYU Events Calendar.
Any access to information stored on your account will follow the standards established in the current University practice, found at IT Policies & Guidance.
Use of the NYU Events Calendar should reflect the positive and respectful learning and working environment of NYU within which basic rules of conduct for the entire University community prevail. Such rules of conduct are discussed in various University documents including, but not limited to: the Faculty Handbook, the Employee Handbook, and NYU's Code of Ethical Conduct.
All materials entered into the NYU Events Calendar must comply with federal copyright law and NYU's Policy on Photocopying Copyrighted Materials and Statement of Policy on Intellectual Property (for further information, see Copyright and Fair Use). Publishing images may involve incorporation of original works of third parties that are covered by copyright laws. All images used in the NYU Events Calendar that are not from the provided stock image library must have a specified primary author who is solely responsible for detailing the sharing and permissions information pertaining to copyright, fair use, and/or Creative Commons licensing for uploaded, shared, and posted content within an item. Use of such works may be permitted by principles of fair use, consistent with copyright laws. For more information or examples of fair use, see the following links:
The NYU Events Calendar service is not a content repository system. The following guidelines detail how the NYU Events Calendar service will manage content added by primary authors.
The NYU Events Calendar will maintain one calendar year's worth of archival events content previous to the current calendar year. Before that period is over, it is responsibility of the primary author to export and store any archival events data s/he wishes to maintain. The NYU Events Calendar service team will execute a yearly deletion of old content. Once content has been deleted and the source is removed from the NYU Events Calendar servers, the NYU Events Calendar service team is NOT obligated to search for deleted database content.
Once event data is uploaded into the application database, the primary author is the sole proprietor of its content, responsible for content management, and liable for copyright infringements.
Subject to our Digital Privacy statement, the NYU Events Calendar may use web analysis tools to measure and collect anonymous information to help ITS evaluate the way the service is being used in order to improve the web experience.
Availability of the NYU Events Calendar may be interrupted for maintenance and other updates and is provided on an "as is" and "as available" basis only. NYU Events Calendar maintenance work will be scheduled to follow the IT maintenance guidelines and request calendar.
The NYU Events Calendar service team is primarily responsible for the system as a whole. Support for the NYU Events Calendar service is maintained by the Digital Communications Group (DigiComm). Tutorials are available online.
To report NYU Events Calendar service incidents, such as unavailability, function failures, user access, and other service outages and degradations, please contact the NYU IT Service Desk (212-998-3333) or write to: AskIT@nyu.edu
Dates of approval and amendments:
Approved: March 29, 2013