Special Events Page / Site Types

A site or page might be used to promote an event or conference, or you might use it to provide information to a community or targeted audience.

Page Types

To create an effective site, you need to know what you’re trying to accomplish, as well as who your audience is. There are two main types.

Events and conferences

You’ll need to provide basic information that your target audience will need and want. This includes: 

Name of Event

Purpose of Event

Who should attend 

Date(s) and time(s) 

 Activities / agenda 

Location or link (if virtual) 

Directions

Parking

Transportation options 

Area hotels (if applicable)

Costs (if applicable)

Reservations/RSVP (with form)

Informational

This could include sites such as the Anti-Racism and Inclusive Excellence Task Force and the Research section on the main Mason site. They might include such pages as: 

Introduction (purpose of site)

Topic-specific information

News

Meet our team

Calendar of Events

Document repository

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Senator Time Kaine, D-Virginia, speaks at Mason's Arlington Campus
Senator Time Kaine, D-Virginia, speaks at Mason's Arlington Campus at the P3-EDU Conference in 2018. P3 stands for Public Private Partnerships.