Summary: How do you represent the breadth and depth of the work at your site to public and professional audiences? What do you highlight when approaching potential community and school district partners? How can you quantify and communicate your contributions to the university?
This collection of resources demonstrates how different National Writing Project sites describe, showcase, and market their rich and complex work. Whether created with an external or internal audience in mind, these resources provide insight into the value, reach, and impact of the sites’ work.
In addition to the resources included here, it would also be useful for sites to revisit the NWP Annual Reports, linked here, to see how the network describes the reach and relevance of its work and consider how that information might be usefully included in local site materials.
- Educating Funders and Partners About the Work of Your Site
- Engaging Stakeholders: A Site’s Year in Review
Original Source: Central Arizona Writing Project, Greater Kansas City Writing Project, Kentucky Writing Project, Oregon Writing Project