Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications offers workshop on creating newsletters
The daylong session on June 14 will cover identifying an organization's readership, planning content, editing, principles of good design and the differences between newsletters for print and email. It includes hands-on exercises.
The workshop is designed for anyone who produces newsletters for businesses, schools, agencies or nonprofits. Exercises will help students identify successful design and layout concepts; however, this is not a workshop about how to use particular desktop publishing software.
The instructor is New Hampshire Bar Association Communications Director Dan Wise. Wise manages the organization's member communications - in print and online - and its public outreach efforts.
The workshop is offered on June 14, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Fee: $45, includes lunch. To register, call 627-0005 or go to www.loebschool.org.
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