The CPRS Collection is a tremendous resources available to MRU students. It contains materials submitted for accreditation and winners of CPRS awards - essentially a library of best practices for just about any public relations function you could imagine. The materials are unique, and include everything from t-shirts to DVD's of websites. We want you to know about them early on because you'll be using them throughout yor program.
In this assignment, they serve as benchmarks to help you assess current communication work related by theme, activity, audience or purpose.
Help us out - these are unique items and if something goes missing it can be very difficult to find and replace. If you notice all or part of a CPRS item missing, please let Sara know.
Be an ethical PR practitioner! Always be aware of what sources you are using in presentations and documents. Do you know where your images, videos, and texts came from, who created them, and if you have permission to use them? Do you know how to cite sources and give credit to the creators?
These resources will help you answer these questions:
If your assignment requires you to use images, consider the following:
While the APA manual officially recommends figure notes, your instructor may be okay with you using brackets - it is best to confirm with them directly.