- Resources to help the A&S community communicate more effectively
- Style Guides
- University of Toronto Visual Identity
- Graphic Design
- Departmental Website Redesign Project
- How to promote your university event
- Media tips for tough interviews
- Sharing your research through the media
- How to write opinion pieces (that get published)
- TV interview tips
- Video production tips
- Faculty of Arts & Science PowerPoint template
- Photography & video release forms
- Sidney Smith Hall digital signage guidelines
- A&S Style Guide
- Style, as applied to written communications for the Faculty of Arts & Science, is the use of guidelines and rules that encourage consistency and comprehension and a common language. A&S Style is by no means an exhaustive list of language rules and guidelines. It draws heavily on other respected, standard resources.
- A&S Online Style Guide
- A guide for writing for the web.
University of Toronto Visual Identity
- University of Toronto Style Guide
- This style guide is meant for use by those responsible for creating promotional materials (e.g. posters, websites, signage, brochures). If you need U of T stationery please use the automated online print ordering system. For more information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Departmental Website Redesign Project
For the Faculty of Arts & Science’s many departments, centres, institutes and schools, their websites are their primary communications vehicles — and their main face to the world. Their websites play a pivotal role in sharing important information with key audiences and celebrating departmental successes.
To empower departments to better engage with digital audiences, the Faculty of Arts & Science Communications and Information & Instructional Technology (IIT) teams are undertaking a departmental website redesign project using the Drupal content management platform.