OIST Multimedia Guidelines

A picture is worth a thousand words. The Communication and Public Relations (CPR) Division encourages the OIST community to share with the rest of the world some of the exciting things happening at the university and on the island. To do this, CPR has created OIST's Flickr, YouTube, Vimeo, and Instagram accounts. Flickr is an image and video sharing site on the Internet, which allows the OIST community to store and share photos with the world. Instagram is a social media platform, which allows OIST to share aspects of daily life, as well as the look and feel of the campus, to prospective students, staff and the general public

Usage and Ownership

Flicker, YouTube, and Vimeo
The Communication and Public Relations (CPR) Division is responsible for selecting, uploading, and archiving all photos and videos to the OIST Flickr, YouTube, and Vimeo accounts for the purpose of highlighting research, education, and activities happening at the university, as well as its buildings and landscape.

By submitting photos and videos to the CPR Division, members of the OIST community implicitly agree that the university has a right to use any photos submitted for use on the OIST website, mobile site, social media platforms, and any other public relations materials including brochures and posters.

In addition, by submitting photos to the CPR Division, members of the OIST community are giving OIST full usage and responsibility for photos uploaded on the OIST Flickr page.

Photos on OIST websites and Flickr are available for download for anyone to use, but upon usage, please cite “Photo: OIST”.

Instagram
The Communication and Public Relations (CPR) Division is responsible, in collaboration with the Dean of the Graduate School Office, for selecting, uploading, and editing all photos and videos, along with associated captions, to the OIST Instagram account for the purpose of highlighting research, education, and other university activities happening on and off campus, university buildings, the landscape, and life in Okinawa.