You need to...
Promote an event, program or initiative
Update content on the website
Find out first if your area has a Sitecore trained content contributor. If so, they are responsible for making most basic updates to your content.
Place an announcement on CCBC voice employee voicemail
Produce a flier or other publication
In an emergency situation – and as a last resort – you may send an already-designed publication to Michael Elspas or Jodi Neal for approval before sending to any of the campus Print Shops. If you choose to go this route, use only the approved CCBC logos. Please allow at least three days for communication back and forth about your project.
If you have additional questions, please contact Jodi Neal at email@example.com or ext. 5227 or Michael Elspas at firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 4502.
Produce a program for an event
If you need help or have questions about this process, please contact Michael Elspas at email@example.com or ext. 4502.
Produce an ad
Promote something on social media
Place an announcement on campus TV monitors, or electronic signs at campus entrances
Purchase promotional items
Secure press coverage or publicity
Send a large quantity of direct mail
Secure a photographer
Photography can dramatically add or detract from a message. Each image should be as thoughtfully chosen as the words that accompany it. CCBC maintains a large image library, with new photo shoots conducted throughout the year. Odds are, we have an image you need. Please contact Jodi Neal at firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 5227 to use a photograph from the CCBC image library.
If you chose not to use a college photo or hire a professional photographer, there are some important guidelines to remember:
- All photography that will appear in a printed publication should be at least 300 dpi at actual size.
- More than likely, a Photo Release Form will be required for anyone appearing in the photo.
- Photography should be kept simple, with plenty of space around the subject for cropping. When possible, use a background that won’t be distracting.
- Do not use images with low or bad lighting.
- Do not use disproportionately scaled (stretched or condensed) images.
- Never use clip art. Ever.
Order business cards, class materials, stationery or forms
CCBC e-StoreFront is also accessible online via every employee’s desktop, home computer, or mobile device. A handy e-StoreFront icon is available under “Staff/Faculty Links” in the lower right corner of the college’s Faculty and Staff SharePoint home page.
To request printing of instructional materials, submit an Instructional Materials Request Form.