Get tips on how to create, test, and deliver presentations that are accessible, inclusive, and engaging.
Communicators strive to avoid sexism, but sometimes it crops up anyway. Here are some observations and musings on the subject.
When you send an email newsletter, you have a second or two to grab your readers’ attention before they scroll past it or, even worse, hit "delete." Check out the following best practices to help your newsletters get noticed.
Sharing important updates and reminders regarding the University of Minnesota Brand.
This month we’ll learn about document conversion services from the Disability Resource Center.
Explore highlights from a 2022 global survey, detailing the top trends, challenges, goals and more for internal communications.
This month we talk about automated and manual accessibility checking and why overlays are not the solution.
Action requested: Optimize your search results when you claim ownership of your Twin Cities department, building, or college as part of the University's Google My Business account.
A 2020 study of 500 Americans found that using plain language in their communications increased reading speed and the ability to understand text. Message retention increased by 40% and message clarity increased by 33%. To write clear, concise and scannable messages, consider the following plain writing tips in your communications.