We originally posted these tips a year ago, when we were first working from home in the early days of the pandemic, and they're still relevant today.
Start thinking now about how you can share the story of your department or college's resilience during this year.
Learn storytelling tips that honor your subject and your audience.
This month the Accessibility Ambassadors will be taking a break from regular sessions to plan and prepare for our events this year. Rather than a Lunch ‘n Learn as usual, here is information about a free event you may be interested in called axe-con.
We’re more than a year into the pandemic, and much has changed across the media landscape. Let’s dive in.
In the Office of Undergraduate Education’s recent Semester Break Check-In Survey, students voiced concerns about academics, stress, and friendships.
Join the Accessibility Ambassadors on February 25 for a presentation by Kate Deibel, Inclusion & Accessibility Librarian at Syracuse University Libraries.
Proofreading is a vital skill for communicators. Here are some tips from a Ragan's PR Daily post.
The pandemic has turned us into crisis communicators. Let's take a look at what that has meant.
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.