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Explore the overlap between SEO best practices and web accessibility guidelines.
Learn about Pope Tech, the University's new web accessibility checking tool available for use with Drupal websites.
Discover what metadata is, why it’s important, and learn some best practices for making your content findable, usable and reusable.
If you're switching your media database and coverage tracking to the Agility platform, University Relations can help you make the most of it.
CLA's Art department show creativity to manage the challenges and stress of the pandemic year.
The University Public Relations Office follows AP Style, which has been developed over time by the Associated Press since 1953, but what is it?
Learn how to be a better on-air television guest, and increase your chances of being asked back for future appearances.
Here are some ideas and suggestions to consider when launching a podcast.
To stay relevant, a brand needs to evolve while staying true to its roots. As a result, there are a few updates or clarifications to the brand guidelines.
If you’re ever asked to introduce the honoree(s) or speaker(s) at an in-person event—and wonder how to up your chances of eliciting hearty applause—here are some guidelines.
Using custom URLs to better understand traffic to your website.
Survey finds multimedia assets welcome in media pitches.
A recent study from Klick Applied Sciences found that changing a Zoom background to a nature-related image may be all it takes to sharpen focus, enhance creativity and even increase overall psychological well-being.