We've made it easy to display part of our calendar on your website! Here's how it will look:.
You can even track conferences/deadlines through an RSS Feed , if you prefer.
|Q||I have a website - can I display your calendar (or its data)?|
Absolutely! Interaction-Design.org is founded on principles of open content and you are more than welcome to use our data. For us, it's a matter of making research accessible.× close
For example, the British Computer Society (bcs-hci.org.uk) use our calendar in their Events section.
You can either parse our calendar RSS files or the ICAL files (see above).
Please keep in mind that you are allowed to use our data under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike Licence. This simply means that you have to give Interaction-Design.org credit by making your visitors aware of the source of the calendar data, e.g. by a clickable link to our calendar and that you cannot resell/redistribute the data under any other licence than the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike Licence. In other words, give us credit and place a link - then all is good!
|Q||Google Calendar won't add the calendar. What do I do?|
|Q||I'm technically minded. Is there more?|
The .ics format describes iCalendar Calendar Data. The format is described in RFC 2445. The format is supported by all major calendar software applications.
The files can be requested through the webcal or the http protocol. The URLs are