News from the Communications Department

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Lots of new marketing materials available on the communications department website this month. Let us know if you have any other ideas for things that would be useful: Event & Exhibit Flyer Templates These flyer templates are available to local… Continue Reading

News from the Communications Department


The Communications Department shared our new website at the State of the Libraries poster session. We have been actively updating the site with more resources and materials that may be of use to you. Our most recent additions are: Marketing… Continue Reading

Quick Takes on Events and News – February 2018

Dee Magnoni, Maxine Lurie, Caryn Radick, Mary Chute, and Grace Agnew at the NJDNP launch celebration.

Celebrating the Douglass Century Congratulations are in order for our colleagues Kayo Denda and Fernanda Perrone, who, along with Mary Hawkesworth of the departments of Political Science and Women’s and Gender Studies, have penned a history of Douglass Residential College… Continue Reading

Report from Social Media Summit 2017

Video: Rutgers communications professionals discuss social media planning and how to best reach users.   The Libraries held our second Social Media Summit on July 20, 2017. The full-day event, hosted by the Social Media Task Force, was broken into… Continue Reading

New Resources from the Communications Department

The following resources are now available on the communications department website. We hope you find them useful. We’re trying to actively identified shared resources that we can supply to save our colleagues time and to create a cohesive visual identity… Continue Reading

Social Media Summit 2017

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10 a.m. Introductory Presentation. The Social Media Task Force will lead a discussion of their work over the last year and the resultant social media guidelines and process. 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Round Table Discussions. Share your thoughts and… Continue Reading

Visual Identity Resources from the Communications Department

The central communications office faces a unique challenge. While we are tasked with improving the appearance of the signage and marketing materials used at the Libraries, we recognize that these signs must serve local needs and be tailored for local… Continue Reading