Communication offers for employees

KIT communication pursues strategic goals: For example, to attract the most talented students and the most capable scientists to KIT or to intensify the transfer to the economy and the dialogue with society. We, the Department of Corporate Communication (SEK-GK), are responsible for the central internal and external communication of KIT. We are the contact for the media and the public and provide up-to-date, target group-oriented, and multimedia reports on the results of KIT's top-level research as well as on achievements in teaching and innovation.

Our communication formats range from press releases, online and social media, contact to experts, print and online magazines to video and audio offerings for the external public as well as for our employees and students. We help you to identify your very specific target groups and to realise your individual communication goals.

In the intranet, KIT.intranews, and KITdialog, the magazine for employees, we offer employees numerous opportunities to inform themselves about current developments and interesting topics at KIT - and to let others know what you are working on yourself.

You have an exciting topic for the central communication channels of KIT? Contact us!

KITdialog: We are in dialogue with the employees

KIT Dialog is the magazine for KIT employees. In it, we inform about current developments, explain backgrounds, introduce employees in their work, and make the whole diversity of the KIT community tangible. KIT-Dialog is published three times a year in a print run of 11,000 copies.

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KITdialog, das Magazin für Beschäftigte (Foto: Cynthia Ruf, KIT)

lookKIT - The magazine for research, teaching and innovation

Our large-format research magazine lookKIT addresses a broad public: graduates, actors in science, economy, culture, politics, and media. We provide up-to-date reports on people and projects at KIT. In this way, we make visible the whole range of disciplines and knowledge in the KIT community and their contribution to the success of major projects of our society, such as the energy turnaround.

The magazine has a circulation of about 20,000 copies. There are four issues per year. Companies can place image advertisements in the magazine.

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Listen: KIT.audio and Campus Report

KIT.audio is the free research podcast of KIT. At irregular intervals, renowned radio journalists and podcasters take up a currently urgent research topic and explore what KIT scientists contribute to it.

The SRH Campus Report is the broadcast window of Baden universities on Radio Regenbogen. From Monday to Friday at 7 p.m., the project partners Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, University of Freiburg, University of Heidelberg, University of Mannheim, and SRH Holding report on the latest news from science, research, and education.

More audio and video contributions from KIT on iTunes U, Apple's online education portal.

www.kit.edu - Portal on KIT topics

Our communication follows the "digital first" approach. The homepage www.kit.edu is the central portal and first guide to the topics of KIT. In the header of the website, we take up a KIT topic in the form of a multimedia dossier on a regular basis. The selection is based on topicality, special relevance in a current public debate, or strategic importance for KIT at the moment of publication. In addition, there are news from research, teaching, and innovation. Thanks to our rubric pages, the entire world of KIT topics is only one click away in the main menu.

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Bei Facebook, Twitter, YouTube und Instagram.

Social media: networked and well informed

Social networks are important communication channels of KIT: almost 30,000 people follow KIT on Twitter, KIT has about 42,000 subscriberson Facebook, about 6,000 on YouTube, and about 17,400 followerson Instagram. In addition, almost 91,000 people are connected to KIT via LinkedIn (as of March 2021).

The online editorial team keeps fans and followers up to date with current information from research, teaching, and innovation, event information, and new videos from KIT, and reports on life on campus.

M.A. Denis Elbl, PKM-Onlineredaktion
M. A. Denis Elbl
Channel Manager

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