Kent's brand, logo and visual identity reflect our position as a leading UK university for research and teaching.
To ensure everyone is working from the same pool of approved images, the image library has been uploaded to Flickr. We recommend only downloading the images you want to use rather than the whole image library at once.
Copyright is now an unavoidable and important aspect of university life and you will need to think about it when you are communicating on behalf of the University.
Our copyright support service will help you navigate your way through copyright law so that you can:
- identify whether and how copyright issues affect your work
- make informed decisions on the best way to address copyright implications
- find out who to contact for further advice.
The University has a Copyright Literacy Strategy (pdf) that shows its commitment to supporting you in making informed decisions about copyright
For queries on copyright email our specialist copyright advisor
We encourage using plain English in all our communications at Kent.
A message, written with the reader in mind and with the right tone of voice, that is clear and concise.
Find out how to write in plain English and why it's a good idea.
Writing for the web
We encourage you to follow the Digital Guidelines to create clear and accessible content for Kent webpages.
At Kent, we are committed to inclusive and accessible communication to improve access to information for everyone.
We use the MATCHED approach which stands for:
- Meaningful titles
- Accessible language
- Heading based navigation
- Electronic first
- Descriptive hyperlinks.
Student communication campaigns
Sharing your story
There are four key channels to help keep you in touch with University-wide decision-making. These include information on reports on the main business being considered by Senate, Court and their principal committees: