Storytelling & writing

This section provides information about how to write on behalf of ANU, produce news stories and feature articles that are widely read across ANU websites and engage in social media.

ANUchannel on YouTube

ANUchannel hosts content that tells the ANU story: researcher, educator, student and alumni profiles research developments and announcements public...

Feature articles

A feature is longer than a news articles and is written in past tense. Feature articles allow space for more depth. It allows you to add detail and...

How to write on behalf of ANU

When you are communicating on behalf of the University, there are lots of things to think about. You should be engaging, but not informal. The...

News articles

News articles across the ANU website are read by hundreds of people every day. It's a great way of exchanging short, sharp information with a very...

Social media

The social media world is constantly evolving. People are using it increasingly as their source of news and information. All ANU community members...

Suggest a story

There are thousands of great stories to tell about ANU and its community. We need your help to find them. If you've got research findings coming out...
ANU Scientists create a Tractor Beam on water

Video and photo production

With attention spans getting shorter, increasing demands on our time and the way we consume news and stories evolving rapidly, being able to capture...

Writing style guide

The writing style guide assists staff preparing University publications to ensure consistency and clarity. For questions not addressed here,...