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Snappy and Succinct Subject Lines Help Media Pitches Break Through

June 14, 2021
Email subject lines are important to grab the attention of journalists.

Quiz: Correct Usage

June 4, 2021
There are a number of language usage issues that we as communicators seem to encounter again and again. Here are some words and expressions that are frequently misused. See if you can choose the correct word in the following sentences.
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Clinical Trials and Drug Announcements: Tips and Best Practices

May 28, 2021
The different communication options for promoting clinical trials and drug announcements.

Accessibility Ambassadors: Creating Accessible Tables on the Web

May 28, 2021
Join the Accessibility Ambassadors Thursday, June 24, noon-1 p.m. where Kim Doberstein will discuss how to implement tables for increased accessibility and usability.
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Google’s Search Algorithm Update: What You Need to Know About Core Web Vitals

May 21, 2021
Learn how the update will help you improve user experience.
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Ragan’s Communications Benchmark Report Shows Importance of Communications in Organizations

May 17, 2021
Annual research from Ragan finds increased access to senior leadership, stronger relationships with colleagues in other departments.

Tools for Communicating about Diversity Equity and Inclusion

May 5, 2021
This resource can guide your development or expansion of your communications efforts.

What's New with Brand

May 5, 2021
To stay relevant, a brand needs to evolve while staying true to its roots. As a result, there are a few updates or clarifications to the brand guidelines.
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Accessibility Ambassadors: Designing Accessible Maps for All!

May 4, 2021
On May 27 we will be joined by Amy Ellison and Ruth MacDonald from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and Kitty Hurley of MN IT Services, who will share their knowledge of map accessibility.
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How COVID-19 is Shaping Reporters and Newsrooms a Year Into the Pandemic

April 30, 2021
COVID-19 has re-shaped our lives in more ways than we can count, and journalists are no different.

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