How to Identify and Avoid Ableist, Exclusive Language
Learn how to write about people with disabilities including using inclusive language.
Increasing the Female Perspective in News
Highlights from the International Women’s Media Foundation report.
It’s a common misunderstanding that inclusive design and accessibility can only come at the cost of design details like motion. But that isn’t really the case. You can be creative without sacrificing accessibility. How we approach motion in a responsible way is the key factor.
Facebook Page Issues - How to Avoid Suspended Pages
Over the past year, several University units have had their Facebook pages shut down. We'll walk through some of the most common reasons that this will occur, and some tips to avoid it.
Accessibility Ambassadors: Data Visualization
This month we are joined by Neha Bansal, senior director of application development in the Office of Information Technology, to discuss accessibility in data visualization.
Challenges of Introducing New Experts to the Media
As media look to diversify their expert sources to be more representative of the outlet’s communities and audience, public relations professionals have a chance to engage journalists and advocate for their experts to have a voice in local, regional and national conversations.
Early Issues of Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder Now Available to the Public
Archived issues of Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder now available to the public.
Killer Analytics: Focus on Goals and Audience
In part 2 of the Killer Analytics series, learn more about easily fine-tuning your goals and audiences for your webpages.
What is AP Style?
The University Public Relations Office follows AP Style, which has been developed over time by the Associated Press since 1953, but what is it?
Media Coverage’s Added Value: Boosting Online Presence
Media coverage can help boost SEO.