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Trust in science hits 89%. University Relations can help amplify faculty research and expertise.
Explore how easy it is to add Google Analytics 4 (GA4) and the reasons to add it now.
Five common questions we hear from first-time interviewees, and some of the ways that you as a communicator—along with your experts—can feel more confident getting started.
Communicators can positively influence the workplace culture, even when they don't have all the answers.
The University of Minnesota offers technology services to support students, faculty, and staff in our work and studies. Learn about services that help keep you productive, support learning, and enable collaboration and communication.
On April 29, we are very fortunate to have a group of University of Minnesota students who identify as people with disabilities willing to discuss their experiences and share how inaccessibility affects them in their lives, careers, and education.
The December 7 session will focus on planning events and meetings with an inclusive lens.
Learn how to identify and challenge the particular ways that ableism shows up in higher education.
Learn best practices and principles of typography to make your documents more accessible.
Discover what an accessibility committee could do to help further the work of accessibility in your unit or campus, and some lessons learned.
Join us and see why accessibility is essential to the work of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Get tips on how to create, test, and deliver presentations that are accessible, inclusive, and engaging.
An update on the 2022 data from the Student Experience in the Research University (SERU) survey.
This month we welcome back accessibility ambassador Amanda Ryan, academic technologist at the Institute on Community Integration, to share her knowledge of captioning.
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.
This presentation will focus on disability culture and its connection with digital technology.
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.
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.
Attendees will learn about designing learning interfaces for users with learning differences and permanent, temporary, or situational disabilities.