To create your email signature, use the University's signature generator. This ensures that your emails are properly branded.
To order business cards and name tags:
Through the College's Website Management System, you are able to update your website directory listing and profile page with a profile picture and information about your expertise, career and University work.
You log in with your full email address and your password, not your NetID. If you ever forget your password, click the reset password link to set a new one.
Once logged in, you can reference How to update your profile to make changes.
Additionally, you’ll be able to add publications and update your programs’ webpages. Instructions on using the system are posted to our employee resources webpages (see below for unit-specific links).
Here’s a link to the College’s Brand Toolkit, where you’ll find links to a range of templates, how-to documents, brand guidelines, logos, and other helpful communications and marketing resources.
These websites have a variety of resources (not just marketing resources) that might be helpful for you as well.
To stay up to date on what’s happening with the College and at Extension, sign up for our College’s email newsletter.
New employees might also want to read past issues of the newsletter to gain a better sense of the work you’ll be a part of.
You're encouraged to suggest stories for inclusion in the newsletter.
Be sure to take the web accessibility course that is required annually by the University and will be helpful as you develop materials.
We also recommend that you take the other accessibility courses provided by the University, especially Microsoft Office accessibility.
The communications team is here to help you. So, if you have questions, please reach out to us. Our team email address is CABNRComms@unr.edu.
Malloy, M., 2023, List of frequently requested marketing resources, Extension | University of Nevada, Reno
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