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Online Calendar of Events

The University calendar, powwered by Bedework, conforms to current calendaring standards. Bedework is an attractive solution because it is open source, made for higher education, built on Java, and has a centralized server architecture.

The Yale Calendar of Events user interface was modeled after the Duke University design and was originally developed by adapting code that Duke shared with Yale.

Join the many schools and departments who are using Bedework— to showcase their events online, including Public Affairs & Communications, the Beinecke Library and Yale University Art Gallery. For the Law School, Virtual EMS and calendars for Law, SOM and Drama, click here.

Features

The Bedework Calendar Service allows a calendar owner to:

  • Create events that are one time events or are recurring
  • Provide a public facing calendar for publicizing their activities & events
  • Accept proposed events from community members and determine if they should be added to the public calendar
  • Provide event information via an RSS feed
  • Cross publish events on other Bedework calendars

Who can use it?

Departments and organizations at Yale.

How much does it cost?

This service is available at no charge to the Yale community.

How do I get it?

To get started, click the "Bedework Request Form" button, complete the form and send it to the calendar support team.

Where can I get help?

Direct questions regarding Bedework to calendar support team.

FAQs and other resources

The historic Bedework Confluence site is located here.

Online Calendar of Events

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Online Calendar of Events
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Bedework Request Form
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Complete the Bedework request form
Short description: 

The University calendar is developed using Bedework, a calendar system which is open source, made for higher education, built on Java, and has a centralized server architecture.

The University calendar, powwered by Bedework, conforms to current calendaring standards. Bedework is an attractive solution because it is open source, made for higher education, built on Java, and has a centralized server architecture.

The Yale Calendar of Events user interface was modeled after the Duke University design and was originally developed by adapting code that Duke shared with Yale.

Join the many schools and departments who are using Bedework— to showcase their events online, including Public Affairs & Communications, the Beinecke Library and Yale University Art Gallery. For the Law School, Virtual EMS and calendars for Law, SOM and Drama, click here.

Features: 

The Bedework Calendar Service allows a calendar owner to:

  • Create events that are one time events or are recurring
  • Provide a public facing calendar for publicizing their activities & events
  • Accept proposed events from community members and determine if they should be added to the public calendar
  • Provide event information via an RSS feed
  • Cross publish events on other Bedework calendars
Who can use it?: 

Departments and organizations at Yale.

How much does it cost?: 

This service is available at no charge to the Yale community.

How do I get it?: 

To get started, click the "Bedework Request Form" button, complete the form and send it to the calendar support team.

Where can I get help?: 

Direct questions regarding Bedework to calendar support team.

FAQs and other resources: 

The historic Bedework Confluence site is located here.

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