Book It Instructions
In order to request a room reservation, first sign in
with your @uml.edu credentials by clicking on the Sign In button in the upper right-hand corner of the Book It landing page. (Note: the application works best in Google Chrome and Firefox.)
Review the University's Reservation Policy.
Once logged in, click the Create an Event
button in the center of the page. Required fields are marked with an asterisk (*) on the form. They are:
- Event Name (limited to 40 characters).
- Event Title for Publication (120 characters). This is the name that will appear in the University calendar.
- Event Type (for example meeting, conference, colloquium-forum-panel, dates and deadlines, etc.)
- Event Date and Time (actual start and end time for the event, which will appear on the University calendar). There is an option to include setup and takedown times as well.
- Expected Head Count, which helps ensure that your event is booked in an appropriate space. Enter 0 for Dates & Deadlines.
- Preferred Event Location, the space where you'd like to have your event. Every effort will be accommodate requests, but if requests can't be met, the events office will suggest alternative locations. (NOTE: If you are submitting a "virtual" event to the calendar (such as a deadline), choose UML-INFO as your preferred location; you can also choose off-campus as a location if that's the case.)
- Department Sponsoring Event. Choosing the appropriate organization will allow your department's events to appear on your department calendar, if your website has one.
- Event Comments and Instructions: This field is for internal notes and instructions only. These will NOT be published to the calendar.
- Contact Roles for This Event for information prior to the event and/or on site on the day of the event.
- Event Description: Enter a description as you would like it to appear on the University calendar. Be sure to include public contact information for more information. If you event is a meeting or other invitation-only event, simply state that in the description (e.g., weekly departmental meeting).
For calendar events that don’t take place in a particular location (e.g., add/drop period deadline) or are off campus, use Dates and Deadlines as an event category to get your information or deadline onto the calendar.
Dates & Deadlines can also be used to publicize colloquia or other events that are held in academic spaces (since those don't appear on the public calendar). When using Dates & Deadlines be sure to include the location in the description.