A content type intended for event landing pages
The Agenda content type is used to build a schedule of events, and was designed to support the construction of an event landing page. The landing page itself could include additional event details, and serve as a destination for event links in email promotions and include reciprocal links to and from the SCU event calendar.
There are actually two content types that support the Agenda. One is the Agenda Container - you'll need to add one of these to your page. Then you would add multiple Agenda items - the Agenda Container will look for those and collect them for display. The container can be positioned among your other content in the Main area of the page, and the agenda items will come along with it.
Here's a sampe of a few different ways that the Agenda content type can be used.
Host, HLN's Primetime Justice with Ashleigh Banfield
Supervisor of Sexual Assault Unit, Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office
Panel: Hypothetical Case Analysis
What is the difference between a criminal investigation by a police agency and a Title IX investigation by the college or university? What facts and details are important to a prosecution? Is there a statute of limitations for a college/university complaint? Does it matter if there is a delayed report? Ms. Banfield will present a hypothetical scenario to our panelists, followed by questions, and changes to the hypothetical. The panelists’ answers will showcase the different options a victim of sexual assault may pursue and untangle the confusion that is often associated with investigations involving campus sexual assault.