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Communications Committee

  • Maintains standards, provides guidelines, and assists as necessary with all our publications, including: the Journal of the American Institute for Conservation, AIC News, annual meeting abstracts and postprints, and specialty group publications, the wiki, and the our website, and others. 
  • Develops “Best Practices” guidelines for print and on-line publications and submission of abstracts for our publications to AATA. 
  • Facilitates development of Specialty Group and Network web content as incorporated into or supplementing the our website. 
  • Assesses advances in publication technology to enhance the quality and availability of our publications and online resources. 
  • Revises and updates the Communications Committee’s webpage. 
  • Monitors and improves content, alliances, and strategic activities that facilitate outreach, including: Wikipedia articles that relate to our organization and conservation/restoration, Social Media platforms, alliances with allied organizations and their communications strategies. 
  • Assists in increasing the quality and number of publications in the field. 

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The Communications Committee replaced the Publications Committee as of February 1, 2020.