To assist in your efforts to represent and promote the university, we’ve created a list of resources available to you. Search term(s) results will include blog posts and communication resources. Search by keyword, category, tag, or any combination of the three to narrow your results.
Recommendations for marketing and communications podcasts.
Learn storytelling tips that honor your subject and your audience.
The University's central Events Calendar has been decommissioned. A new calendar will take its place later this summer.
Journalists find Expert Alerts valuable in preparing their stories.
Agility’s Support Library can help you troubleshoot problems and discover new things about the tool.
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.
A new school year means new faces, new experiences, and new opportunities to showcase your campus, college or unit’s work through the University brand.
Specific types of language activate pleasure responses and drive understanding.
Join the Accessibility Ambassadors on February 25 for a presentation by Kate Deibel, Inclusion & Accessibility Librarian at Syracuse University Libraries.
Using visuals to reinforce messages.
Explore highlights from a 2022 global survey, detailing the top trends, challenges, goals and more for internal communications.
All University of Minnesota Google Doc templates have been updated for every campus.
Learn how the update will help you improve user experience.
The pandemic has turned us into crisis communicators. Let's take a look at what that has meant.
A new report offers communicators guidance to ensure their organization’s position is understood and trusted when taking a stance on an issue.
COVID-19 has re-shaped our lives in more ways than we can count, and journalists are no different.
Tips for communicators to share with experts who are participating in a virtual interview.
Understanding what reporters want out of a quote can help you develop talking points that include the vibrant language reporters are seeking.
Learn how to write about people with disabilities including using inclusive language.