New to communications at MIT or just need a little refresher? Here’s some useful information about communications at MIT.

MIT acronyms
Let us help you wade through the alphabet soup. Learn the names and meanings behind acronyms and other terms used at MIT.

MIT communications groups
Find a group that fits your interests and job function.

MIT communications offices and services
From video production to MIT logo files, search by department for help with communications-related projects.

MIT Facts
Discover essential, notable facts about MIT.

MIT Wikipedia page
Of course we have our own Wiki page! Find it here.

Nondiscrimination policy
The MIT nondiscrimination policy must be included on all publications that describe MIT programs and are intended for prospective students or employees.

Adobe Creative Cloud
A software service offering users access to a collection of software developed by Adobe for graphic design, video editing, web development, photography, and cloud services.

With Qualtrics software, you can conduct online data collection and analysis, including market research, customer satisfaction and loyalty, product and concept testing, employee evaluations, and website feedback.

Slack is messaging and collaboration tool for teams, groups, and individuals. There are numerous MIT workspaces you may join, or you can start a new one.

When many MIT staff started working from home during Covid-19, Zoom became a necessary communications tool for meetings and webinars.

MIT Facts booklet
Discover essential, notable facts about MIT.