The Communications Committee (CommComm) would like to remind you of who we are, what we do, and most importantly how we can help you communicate to your intended audience. Communication is more important than ever during these times. We are committed to providing our resources and assistance to anyone who might need it.
The Communications Committee promotes ZSR library services, resources, and facilities to Wake Forest students, faculty, and staff, as well as the broader Winston-Salem community. The Committee identifies, fosters, and sustains various communication channels to strengthen the library’s visibility and value within the larger university community.
- Christian Burris
- Kevin Gilbertson
- Mika Payden-Travers
- Peter Romanov
- Rebecca Petersen May
Intended as a “one stop shop” for all of your communications needs, this Communications Portal contains the Library Events Calendar, information on ZSR blogs, logos and templates, how to reserve a room in ZSR, listservs and how to use them, tips and tricks for planning events, and marketing and promotion help. Our most recent additions to the Communications Portal includes COVID-19 information. If there is any information you would like added to the Communications Portal, please reach out!
Library Events Calendar
The Library Events Calendar is a master calendar to track all events happening in the library. This helps everyone track and plan for events in ZSR.
There are multiple digital signs round the library for promotional use. The Digital Bulletin Board Request form (linked from the Communications Portal AND the ZSR Social Media page) is an easy way to submit information to be shared on ZSR’s digital signage.
ZSR Library and ZSR Special Collections & Archives are very active on a variety of social media platforms. You can see all of these listed on the ZSR Social Media page. There is also a ZSR Social Media Posting Request form that we can share with outside entities OR if you have a great social media idea you think we should share.
CommComm is here to help you connect with your audience. Please use these tools, or reach out to CommComm members with ideas of how we can help you better communicate with your audience!