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.
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.
Expert tips to use bridging phrases in your next media interview.
Discover the next three steps to complete after you have added Google Analytics 4 (GA4) tracking to your website(s).
A new report on the state of journalism in 2022 detailing reporter trends in social media, public relations preferences, and news gathering strategies was recently released by the media database organization, Muck Rack.
Learn how card sorting and tree testing can help people find what they need on your website.
Highlights from the International Women’s Media Foundation report.
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.
The Academic Minute can be a good way for faculty to raise awareness about their research and expertise.
A report looks at how people accessed news and information about COVID-19 early in the pandemic.
National journalists gather to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on small towns and rural areas.