This type is derived from https://schema.org/Event, which means that any of this type's properties within schema.org may also be used. Note however the properties on this page must be used in preference if a relevant property is available.
@id properties are used as identifiers for compatibility with JSON-LD. The value of such a property must always be an absolute URI that provides a stable globally unique identifier for the resource, as described in RFC3986.
The primary purpose of the URI format in this context is to provide natural namespacing for the identifier. Hence, the URI itself may not resolve to a valid endpoint, but must use a domain name controlled by the resource owner (the organisation responsible for the OpenActive open data feed).
Refers to a person (schema:Person) who will be leading an event. E.g. a coach. This is a more specific role than an organiser or a contributor. The person will need to have given their consent for their personal information to be present in the Open Data.
Provide additional, specific documentation for participants about how disabilities are, or can be supported at the Event.
"accessibilityInformation": "This route has been British Cycling assessed as an accessible route, meaning it is suitable for the majority of adaptive bikes. The route will have no or low levels of traffic, there will be plenty of space and will have a good surface throughout. If you have any questions about using this route on an adaptive bike on this ride, please use visit https://www.letsride.co.uk/accessibility or call 0123 456 7000 and ask for the Recreation team."
Provides additional notes and instructions for event attendees, for example more information on how to find the event, what to bring, etc. The value of this property must not include HTML or other markup.
"attendeeInstructions": "Ensure you bring trainers and a bottle of water."
Indicates that an event is restricted to male, female or a mixed audience. This information must be displayed prominently to the user before booking. If a gender restriction isn't specified then applications should assume that an event is suitable for a mixed audience.
A boolean property that indicates whether an Event will be coached. This flag allows an Event to be marked as being coached without having to specify a named individual as a coach. This addresses both privacy concerns and also scenarios where the actual coach may only be decided on the day.
A general purpose property for specifying the suitability of an event for different participant “levels”. E.g. Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced. Or in the case of martial arts, specific belt requirements.
"level": [ "Beginner"]
Beta Extension properties
These properties are defined in the OpenActive Beta Extension. The OpenActive Beta Extension is defined as a convenience to help document properties that are in active testing and review by the community. Publishers should not assume that properties in the beta namespace will either be added to the core specification or be included in the namespace over the long term.
Indicates whether the virtual event is interactive (e.g. Zoom with participant microphones and cameras on), or is just a one-way broadcast (e.g. Facebook Live, Instagram Live, Zoom with participant microphones and cameras off).