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Each presentation by an Illinois faculty or staff member to groups from off-campus (or other campuses) represents an opportunity to show what makes Illinois great. Use these Public Affairs' resources to reach audiences, while ensuring consistent communications from across the campus.
Public Affairs has organized everything you'll need to represent the Illinois campus to external audiences with panache. Up-to-date tools and resources, free or at a minimal cost. Available items include signage and banners, table skirts and table tents, props for photo opportunities, handouts, give-a-ways, facts brochures and audio-visual ‘looped’ presentations, and more.
Consider using these fascinating little-known campus facts to get your audience talking, laughing, and saying, "I didn't know that!"
An engaging PowerPoint introduction to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, in pictures and text that any speaker can use, either as a stand-alone presentation or as the first ten minutes in a longer, unit-specific presentation. Download the zip file containing the PowerPoint and accompanying script.
An engaging PowerPoint introduction to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, in pictures and text, with a special emphasis on the technological contributions of the Illinois campus. Like the original "First Ten Minutes," this presentation can be used alone or as the first ten minutes in a longer, unit-specific presentation. Download the zip file containing the PowerPoint and accompanying script.
Public Affairs has created a variety of predesigned campus templates for you to use in any presentation.
A PowerPoint slideshow featuring campus images. Can run in the background during an event or as a "mood setter" before a presentation. The slides run in a loop and have three different Illinois-themed music options.
Need pictures for your PowerPoint or Web site? Visit the Photography section of the Event Planning Guide. There you can find information on free and low-cost image resources as well as advice on commissioning original photography.
Please contact us if you have questions.