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Communications Working Groups

 

A number of university groups work to foster an environment of information sharing, collaboration and coordination in an effort to make the institution's communications efforts as effective as possible.

 

CSUF Communications Coordinating Committee - C4

The cross-campus, multi-constituency C4 group (CSUF Communications Coordinating Committee) seeks to improve the consistency, quality and effectiveness of communications efforts — primarily but not exclusively for external stakeholders through enhanced intra-campus information-sharing, collaboration and coordination. The group is chaired by Strategic Communications and Brand Management with its members appointed by college deans, division vice presidents, and selected other programs and organizations on campus.

 

Web Communications Advisory Group

The Web Communications Advisory Group provides counsel to Strategic Communications and Brand Management and Information Technology on efforts to enhance the online user experience for our university stakeholders. The group offers insight, feedback and policy recommendations on effective user-centric interface design, navigation and mobile-device optimization.

 

Social Media Working Group

The Social Media Working Group was established by C4 to serve as a coordinating committee specifically focused on developing guidelines and best practices for university engagement in social media venues, while also staying current on evolving trends and emerging technologies. The group, which usually meets in person on a quarterly basis, is chaired by Strategic Communications and Brand Management. The SMWG is comprised of campus faculty and staff who have the responsibility for contributing to or managing social media for their division, department or organization.

 

OUCampus User Group

OUCampus User Group members collaborate and share specialized information on the implementation, use and maintenance of the university's web content management system. OUCampus is the name of the CMS. OmniUpdate is the vendor that maintains and supports the software. The group, which meets in person on an as-needed basis, is chaired by Information Technology.