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Events Listing

The Events Listing component functions the same way as the Upcoming Events component, but longer descriptions and images can be displayed. See below for an example of the Events Listing component. Implementation directions and parameters follow.

  • UIDP Virtual 2022

    December 6, 2022 through December 8, 2022

    12:00 AM-12:00 AM


    • Faculty
    • Staff

    The UIDP supports mutually beneficial university-industry collaborations by developing and disseminating strategies for addressing common issues between the two sectors.

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  • 49th Alumni Turkey Project

    Tuesday, December 6, 2022

    12:00 AM-12:00 AM

    Drexel University 3141 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, PA 19104

    • Undergraduate Students
    • Graduate Students
    • Faculty
    • Staff
    • Alumni

    Get involved with the 49th Alumni Turkey Project by making a gift to provide a holiday meal, volunteering, and attending a virtual discussion on mutual aid.

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    Tuesday, December 6, 2022

    12:00 AM-12:00 AM

    3509 Spring Garden St

    • Everyone

    The BFLC KEYSPOT Computer Lab is OPEN for in-person use! The winter lab schedule will be as follows;

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  • Philly WINs

    Tuesday, December 6, 2022

    9:00 AM-5:00 PM

    Dornsife Center 3509 Spring Garden Street Philadelphia, PA 19104

    • Everyone

    Paid Opportunity: Receive career development services and get connected to employment. Philly WINS is looking for 6 participants for a pilot to get paid to give feedback on career services including;

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  • Tell Us How You Really Feel! Art as a Tool to Communicate Complex Emotions

    Tuesday, December 6, 2022

    10:00 AM-5:00 PM

    Rincliffe Gallery Main Building, Drexel University 3141 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19104

    • Everyone

    Exhibition from December 1, 2022 through June 1, 2023. Tell Us How You Really Feel! is an exhibition of student, faculty and alumni artwork examining the aforementioned concepts. Contributing artists are asked to consider the following prompt: "Create a visual representation of a time in your life when you felt emotion that was too hard to put into words." The artist's responses will be presented in the Drexel Founding Collection's Rincliffe Gallery in an effort to show the practical application of empathy through art. During the exhibition artists' work will be sold, if they so choose, with half the proceeds donated to The Jed Foundation and The Trevor Project to support ongoing mental health resources for young peoples. For more information please visit Exhibitions | Drexel Founding Collection.

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Adding an Events Listing component is the same process as adding any other component in the Presentation > Details.

  1. Follow the directions for adding a component. The Events Listing component is located in the Select a Rendering dialog box in Sublayouts > V2 > Active Data Calendar > Events Listing.

  2. In the Control Properties dialog box, enter parameters to define which Department or Category the sidebar should find events for, to specify where the event's detail page is, and to customize the sidebar's appearance or functionality. See below for a listing of applicable parameters. See Configuring the Calendar for more information on adding parameters.

  3. Click OK until all dialog boxes are closed.

  4. Save and approve the page for publication.

Events Listing Parameters

Parameter Name Value(s) Description
Department A number or list of numbers corresponding to a department. Example:1,2,3 Filters events to only display events in a specific department. IDs may be comma separated and are listed on the Department ID Listing page.

cat A number or list of numbers corresponding to a category. Example:1,2,3
Filters events to only display events tagged with a specific category. IDs may be comma separated and are listed on the Category ID Listing page.
subcat A number or list of numbers corresponding to a subcategory. Example:1,2,3
Filters events to only display events tagged with a specific subcategory. IDs may be comma separated and are listed on the Subcategory ID Listing page.
DetailsPage A path to a sitecore page where the calendar details should appear 
Example: /sitecore/content/Home/studentaffairs/programs_events/events/details
The details page must have the Event Details component placed on it. This is a required parameter. 
MaxResults A single number. Example: 3 Specifies the number of events that appear in the sidebar. The default is three.
Title A string of text. Example: More Events Changes the wording of the sidebar's default "Upcoming Events" title.
StartDate 2012-05-28 A date to start looking for events.
EndDate 2016-01-01 The date to stop looking for events.
Paging true / false Creates pagination at the bottom of the events page. 
MaxPerPage A number. Example: 10 Specifies the number of events on each page. Works in tandem with the Paging parameter. 
q Example: "Entrepreneur Entrepreneurship" (quotes required) A word, or number of words to search the calendar for. The example to the right would look for for both "entrepreneur and entrepreneurship" in the titles or bodies of the events.

Audience Example: "Alumni Freshman" (quotes required)
Works like q above. The example to the right would look for for both "alumni and freshman" audiences.
AddEvents The format is "ED1|IID1, EID2|IID2"
example:  4868|15557 (quotes not required) or "4868|15557,4858|15559"(quotes required)
A specific event or events that should appear on a calendar. The "EID" is the "event ID" and IID is the "Information ID. Both be found in the URL of the event. For example:
The EID of this event is 5420 and the IID is 16825
IncludeImage true / false Sets the page to display images (true) or to hide them (false). Default is true. 
UseAnd Example: true This parameter allows for more specific filtering. For example, if you only wanted events tagged with a specific department AND category to show on your calendar, you would use this parameter in addition to the standard Department and cat parameters. By default, the list of events will display any events tagged as a department OR category.