The Events Calendar and Events Calendar Pro plugins add a calendar to your website. A third plugin, called The Events Calendar – iCalendar Importer allows you to feed your blog with a calendar from another source. I’ve created an Elementary and Secondary Calendar with all of the board holidays and PD Days, along with the rotary days, at this link:
In the HUB, you can grab an ics link by clicking on the Subscribe button under your Course Calendar. By default that feed contains all of the information from all of the courses you our your student (whomever is logged in) has access to, but if you are feeding a blog, you might want to click the Drop Down menu on that Subscription window and select a specific course. This will automatically add events like due dates created through the Dropbox tool, not only onto your calendar within the HUB, but on your calendar on your blog as well.
Alternatively, you can now import events into your course in the HUB using the Import Events button. This button will take an .ics file. Unlike the Commons, the HUB won’t accept a URL, so you will have to manually update the calendar on occasion. Open the first link I’ve shared here in a browser, and save it to your Desktop to get an .ics file you can import into your course.
If you import this today, you’ll notice that the feed ends around March. This is a event number limitation with the Outlook calendar feed, which will slowly rectify itself as we move closer to the end of the year.