Communication Blog

Semester Break Survey Reveals Ongoing Student Concerns

February 4, 2021
In the Office of Undergraduate Education’s recent Semester Break Check-In Survey, students voiced concerns about academics, stress, and friendships.

Future of Library Text Accessibility: The Promises and Potentials in EPUB

February 1, 2021
Join the Accessibility Ambassadors on February 25 for a presentation by Kate Deibel, Inclusion & Accessibility Librarian at Syracuse University Libraries.

Proofreading Tips and Tricks

January 25, 2021
Proofreading is a vital skill for communicators. Here are some tips from a Ragan's PR Daily post.

Hello, I’m Now a Crisis Communicator

January 11, 2021
The pandemic has turned us into crisis communicators. Let's take a look at what that has meant.

DIY Accessibility Lunch ‘n’ Learn: Universal Design

January 4, 2021
Join the Accessibility Ambassadors on January 28 for a presentation by John O’Neill, assistant professor of graphic design at the University of Minnesota Duluth.

Journalists Seek Video Interviews Now More than Ever

December 3, 2020
Make your experts available for media interviews with video.

Five Tips to Light Up Your Reader’s Brain

December 3, 2020
Specific types of language activate pleasure responses and drive understanding.

Who's Sending Video with Pitches?

November 9, 2020
Survey finds multimedia assets welcome in media pitches.

DIY Accessibility Lunch ‘n’ Learn: Make ARIA Sing

November 9, 2020
Join the Accessibility Ambassadors on December 2 for a presentation by former ambassador Jenn Czeck about Accessible Rich Internet Applications (ARIA) attributes.

Tips to Enhance Your News-gathering Routine and Become a Better Citizen of Information

November 5, 2020
Here are some points from the recent University of Minnesota Libraries-hosted roundtable on journalism in 2020 and navigating the news landscape.


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