University of Wisconsin–Madison

Communications and Events

Accessible Spaces: a fragrance-free toolkit

This toolkit provides information about what it means to be fragrance free, why it matters, and resources to cultivate a fragrance free work space, meeting, and/or event to ensure that employees can access these spaces.

Inclusive communications guide

The resources provided in this guide aim to assist campus communicators achieve this goal across media, including written materials, photography, videography, social media, the web, and more.

Healthy, accessible and inclusive events guide

This guide provides recommendations to campus leaders, facilitators and planners to encourage healthier, accessible and inclusive meetings and events on campus. This guide will focus on various aspects of meetings and events including: meeting space and management, accommodations, event food and beverages, sustainability options, and more.

How to host an inclusive hybrid meeting

The following checklist and guidance can help develop supportive habits in preparing for and hosting inclusive meetings, preventing ableism, and building respect for coworkers in the workplace.

How to host an accessible virtual event

This guide provides resources and important considerations when planning and hosting a virtual event.

Designing Equitable and Effective Workplaces

A Toolkit for Managers & Businesses leading Digital, Hybrid, & Essential Workplaces.

Late Night Programming Guide

The purpose of this guide is to support and facilitate the organization and planning of late night event programs on campus. The following stakeholder list and accompanying resources are intended to help support the efficient planning and orchestration of a successful campus event.

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