TorontoMet Today is produced Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays (Wednesdays only during summer) by the Publications unit of Central Communications, Toronto Metropolitan University.
Executive Editor: Karen Benner
Managing Editor: Colleen Mellor
Editor: Michelle Grady
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Toronto Metropolitan University is committed to accessibility for persons with disabilities. If you have a comment, question or suggestion or require TorontoMet Today in an alternate format, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Event and bulletin board submissions
Events are campus happenings that take place at a specific time, while bulletin board items are notes to the community about contests, committees, etc.
To make your event as inclusive as possible, please consult the calendar on the Religious & Cultural Observances webpage to avoid scheduling conflicts. Check out the page on How to Run Accessible Meetings for information on accommodations, booking interpreter services and more.
To submit an event, please fill out the event submission form. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com.
To submit a bulletin board item, please fill out the bulletin board submission form. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Listings should be submitted in advance to ensure timely posting. Submissions received less than seven days before the event may not be posted. Please include all pertinent details as missing information may delay posting. Listings may be edited for length, style and clarity. TorontoMet Today does not host files (i.e., PDFs, nomination forms, etc.); users must provide links to additional posted content.
In general, a featured event or bulletin only appears once in TorontoMet Today. If you would like to request one to be highlighted in the publication, please contact email@example.com. Event and bulletin board items are featured in TorontoMet Today at the editors' discretion.
If you have a story idea, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. TorontoMet Today considers all story ideas and meets to discuss them as a team every few days.
Please note, we publish stories about and related to the Toronto Metropolitan University community, including students, staff, faculty and alumni. We are interested in timely stories that connect with the wider audience. If something is happening in your department or faculty, feel free to contact us. Stories are chosen at the editorial team’s discretion.
Do you have a video you'd like to share with the Toronto Metropolitan University community? Email the URL, names and program/department of persons involved to email@example.com.
Videos must be posted online (YouTube, Vimeo, Ryecast, etc.). TorontoMet Today does not host videos. Videos are featured in TorontoMet Today at the editors' discretion.
Please note the following when submitting videos to TorontoMet Today:
- Please ensure videos include closed captions and that "community contributions for videos" is turned on as a default in the settings menu. Learn how to turn on and manage community contributions on YouTube, external link.
- For YouTube submissions, learn how to add captions to YouTube videos.
- For Vimeo submissions, learn how to add captions and subtitles to Vimeo, external link.
- When uploading videos to Ryecast, be sure to also upload a caption file in .srt format. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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