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Trinity event promotion

The public affairs and communications office can assist with the promotion of Trinity events both internally and externally. Please see the information below for the various communications channels available:

Listings
Events calendar

Digital information screens
Online noticeboard
Events emails

 

Listings

Listings is Trinity's weekly publication which advises of forthcoming events and items of university news. It is released each Wednesday, during the teaching terms. Listings features notices on Trinity activities including lectures, seminars, conferences, as well as departmental and annual university events. Other sections of the publication include small ads and Web Watch, which promotes new and updated Trinity web pages.

  • students and staff can submit notices for inclusion to Listings by emailing: listings@tcd.ie
  • deadline for submission each week is Friday at 3.00pm
  • all notices must include a Trinity contact phone number or email address

View the latest Listings

 

Events calendar

Trinity events and public lectures can be listed on the university's events calendar.

  • requests must be sent at least three days prior to publication date and ten days prior to the event date
  • notices should be 100-150 words (max) and include the following information:
    • date, time and venue of event
    • a web address linking to further details of the event
    • name of School/Department/Area responsible for the event
    • contact details for further information
  • send request along with draft notice to: trinity.events@tcd.ie

 

Digital information screens

Trinity's digital information screens are located in the foyers of the Arts, Hamilton, Panoz, D'Olier Street and Goldsmith Hall buildings, as well as the two Trinity buildings in St James's Hospital. The aim of the digital information screen is to be eye-catching and promote the key facts of an event/initiative and drive viewers to a Trinity webpage hosting the full details. Please see requirements below for submitting an entry.

  • requests must be sent at least three days prior to publication date and ten days prior to the event date.
  • a draft PowerPoint slide notice should be created and submitted by the event organiser:
    • in landscape layout (4:3 or 16:9)
    • including appropriate and relevant imagery or logos
    • using accessible font no smaller than point 18.
  • the notice should be an image based notice with a minimal amount of text including the key information:
    • title of event
    • hosting school/department/area
    • date and time
    • venue
    • web address linking to further details of the event
  • see sample notices
  • send request along with draft event email to: information.screens@tcd.ie

 

Online noticeboard

Trinity's online noticeboard carries a range of notices from forthcoming events, lectures and seminars to small ads and accommodation ads.

  • only Trinity students and staff can submit notices to the online notice board
  • notices for Trinity events are submitted directly by students and staff to the Online Noticeboard
  • all notices must include a Trinity contact phone number or email address in the notice section of the online submission form
  • for inclusion in the weekly Online Noticeboard email, notices should be sent no later than 5.00pm on Monday
  • submit a notice here
  • all notices submitted must include a Trinity email address in the body of the notice. Please note the senders email address will not automatically be included in the notice when it is posted to the noticeboard so ensure contact details are included in the body of the notice.

 

Events email

Our office will assist with sending out a university-wide email to all students and/or staff from Trinity events email address. Please see requirements below:

  • the event must be open to all staff and/or students
  • the venue must seat at least 100 people
  • requests must be sent at least two weeks prior to email circulation date due to the high demand for email circulations and to give adequate notice to Trinity community
  • requests should indicate the target audience: students (undergraduate and/or postgraduate)  and /or staff (academic and/or admin)
  • a draft email should be submitted with the request and must include the following details:
  • 150 - 200 words (max) outlining the event
  • date, time and venue of event
  • email address to direct replies to 
  • a web address linking to further details of the event
  • signature of email: name, title and department of the individual responsible for the event, e.g. Head of School/Department/Area
  • see sample email for formatting guidelines
  • Trinity Email Protocol
  • send request along with draft event email to trinity.events@tcd.ie