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Cornell Academic Calendar in iCal Format

Here is a subscribe link, courtesy of the Instructional Technology Office of the Cornell Department of Mathematics:
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  The Cornell Academic Calendar is no longer available for Oracle Calendar Users since Cornell no longer uses Oracle Calendar. The iCalendar format presented was also useful for iCal on the Mac, Mozilla Thunderbird and Mozilla Sunbird and many other calendar programs.
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I have massaged the information in the on-line pdf file into an iCalendar file for my own convenience. You may find it useful as well smile
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I have massaged the information in the on-line web page file into an iCalendar file for my own convenience. You may find it useful as well smile
 
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 The file presented here is an .ics file which can be directly used by iCal, and probably other software using the open iCalendar format. The file is available from:
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 You may need to right-click the link to save the file to your hard drive. Be sure it is saved with extension ics. On some systems the files will be recognized as TEXT (which it also is) and a recommendation may be made to save it with extension txt. Once downloaded, you will have an .ics file which can then be imported into iCal for use.

Here is a subscribe link, courtesy of the Instructional Technology Office of the Cornell Department of Mathematics:

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  Here is a subscribe link, courtesy of the Instructional Technology Office of the Cornell Department of Mathematics:
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  And a web version of the calendar:
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(Or, gory details of how I made the file presented here.)
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(Or, gory details of how I made the 2010-2011 file presented here.)
 
  • Took the pdf file from the Cornell Academic Calendar page as a start.
  • Held down the Option key and selected various rectangles from the pdf to collect the first and second columns of information from the pdf file.
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  • Uploaded AcadCal11.ics to here.
  • Enjoy!
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For the 2011-2012 file I typed the entries directly into iCal, that's what computers are for, right wink
 
-- DickFurnas - 2009-08-18
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-- DickFurnas - 2009-08-18
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META FILEATTACHMENT attachment="AcadCal11.ics" attr="" comment="Cornell Academic Calendar in iCalendar format" date="1280354859" name="AcadCal11.ics" path="AcadCal11.ics" size="9718" stream="AcadCal11.ics" tmpFilename="/usr/tmp/CGItemp55294" user="ref2" version="1"
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META FILEATTACHMENT attachment="CU_Calendar_2012.ics" attr="" comment="Cornell Academic Calendar in iCalendar Format" date="1305650631" name="CU_Calendar_2012.ics" path="CU_Calendar_2012.ics" size="8298" stream="CU_Calendar_2012.ics" tmpFilename="/usr/tmp/CGItemp48890" user="ref2" version="1"
 
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