There are lots of ways to test drive LiveWhale Calendar.
You can visit some of our customers’ calendars, to see what a real implementation looks and feels like. You can click through our demo installation (which is populated mostly with motorcycling-related events, because dummy “academic content” always winds up being cheesy).
Or you can contact us and we’ll arrange a demo and set up a dedicated sandbox for you to explore.
Some great LiveWhale Calendar examples on the Web
The newly launched Texas A&M event calendar is perhaps the largest LWC user community yet; the TAMU calendar incorporates events from over 250 groups, all of whom manage their own calendars and submit noteworthy events to the main TAMU campus calendar.
College of the Atlantic
COA’s site, designed by White Whale, just won a 2016 CASE Advance Gold Award as the best .edu website in the country. The judges mentioned the calendar as one of the reasons they won the award! The calendar feed on the COA homepage shows includes dining hall meals, courses, tides and moon phases, and— of course—campus events. It’s a truly unique calendar (on a unique site, for a unique school.)
Santa Clara University
Santa Clara has done a beautiful job of integrating LWC with the TerminalFour CMS, and even though they’ve only been live with LWC for less than a year, they have hundreds of calendar editors across campus.
The LWC demo site
This is the site we use for quick online demos. We’d love to give you a tour, but if you’d like to sneak in there and click around on your own, go for it! You can also try out some embeddable widgets and data feeds from the demo site, over there ——>.
Contact us for a proper demonstration
There’s only so much you can see on a self-guided tour. We’d love to walk you through LiveWhale Calendar’s capabilities, show you some examples of higher ed calendar implementations, and learn more about you and your specific needs. Just contact us and we’ll set up a time.