There are several communities of interest for campus staff involved in the communications area. They are places to share ideas, timely information and best practices with colleagues who have similar responsibilities in their schools, colleges, departments and programs.
Campus Communicators is an informal group of UW–Madison professionals who convey information to students, alumni, faculty/staff, media and other audiences. It meets periodically during the school year. An email discussion list exists for sharing announcements about upcoming meetings and to facilitate discussion among members of the group. To sign up for the email list, send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The UW AV Club is the unofficial collaborative group for UW–Madison’s video and multimedia community. It passes along tech tips, shares information and answers questions. From time to time, AV Club has even shared personnel and gear. UW–Madison and UW System faculty, staff and students employed by campus units are welcome as members. To join the listserv for announcements, email email@example.com. Facebook page (for day-to-day discussions): https://www.facebook.com/groups/206650346142755/
Research Communicators brings together the people at UW–Madison who describe with words, pictures and video the work done by scientists on campus. Quarterly meetings address common challenges and opportunities, introduce new science communicators to their campus colleagues and connect journalists with science stories. Announcements and discussions appear on an email list. To sign up for the email list, send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
#UWSocial is a group of communicators from schools, colleges and departments across campus dedicated to sharing great social media content and resources for the UW–Madison community and beyond. To sign up for #UWSocial emails, send an email to email@example.com. Request to join the Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/304890996235714/