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Policies and Procedures

Please click on to view or download the logos of NEES and other partner organizations of NEES.

The NEES Policies and Procedures, Logos and CyberSecurity Plan are available as links on this page. The policy and resource files are available for download.

Equipment Site Policies:

Equipment Site Scheduling Documents:


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Education Outreach and Training Procedures:


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Logos

Several formats of the required NEES logos are attached for use on your website and print publications, for consistency as preferred by the National Science Foundation for the network.


The attached logos are available in the preferred horizontal form in color, solid black, and solid white versions for different needs (and the secondary vertical, stacked form for use when space is at a premium). The NEES logo “package” includes: one for the NEES network, one for NEEScomm, one for NEHRP, and one for NSF. We presume you also will use your resident university logo which makes up the fifth in the “package”.

Order placement is critical. It is preferred that the NEES logo (or NEES@your university name) be the main logo, always accompanied on the page by the secondary logos which include NEHRP, NSF, NEEScomm and your university, in that order. We often put the four secondary logos at the bottom of the page but as long as the four are present on your website home page and/or printed pieces and in that order, you may place them where you wish.

The preferred use and order of all required logos noted here cover the basics for the NEES Network. However, if you wish greater detail about individual NEHRP, NSF, NEES and Purdue University Discovery Park logo guidelines and additional images, links to those pages are:

  1. NEHRP logo guidelines
  2. NSF logo guidelines
  3. NEES logo guidelines
  4. Purdue University Discovery Park logo guidelines


Your home university website should have its own guidelines information and/ additional logo versions.

Additional information on recommended image formats for general purposes are noted below as a professional courtesy. However if you require a particular logo in a particular format that is not represented here, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we will provide one.


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The following materials are for use with any NEES related project or equipment site. Guidelines on how to use these materials can be downloaded here.

Standard NEES Logos

 

image image image image

.jpg format

.png format

.eps format

.ai format

NEES-Horizontal Logo

NEES
NEES - White
NEES - Black
NEES
NEES - White
NEES - Black
NEES
NEES - White
NEES - Black
NEES
NEES - White
NEES - Black

NEES-Vertical Logo

NEES
NEES - White
NEES - Black
NEES
NEES - White
NEES - Black
NEES
NEES - White
NEES - Black
NEES
NEES - White
NEES - Black

NEEScomm Logo

NEEScomm
NEEScomm - White
NEEScomm - Black
NEEScomm
NEEScomm - White
NEEScomm - Black
NEEScomm
NEEScomm - White
NEEScomm - Black
NEEScomm
NEEScomm - White
NEEScomm - Black

NEEShub Logo


NEEShub

NEEShub

NEEShub

NEEShub

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RECOMMENDED IMAGE FORMATS FOR GENERAL PURPOSES:

  • Best for General Web Use: JPG (photos), GIF (graphics with few colors or cartoon-like), & PNG (graphic images with many colors). GIF and PNG formats support transparent backgrounds.
  • Best for photos in print publication: TIF & EPS (JPG & GIF don’t print out well).
  • Unquestionable Best Quality: TIF & PNG for photos, graphics, logos, line art.
  • Maximum compatibility with PC, Mac Unix: TIF, JPG, GIF.
  • Smallest file size: JPG for photos & GIF or PNG for graphics, logos, line art.
  • Worst quality choice: GIF poor choice for photos & JPG poor choice for logos, line art, graphics.

NOTE:

  • Some older browsers do not support PNG file format; GIF works well with image animation effects, however it is not good for photographs; SVG images are a relatively new image format for vector-based, high-resolution graphics, so keep an eye out for it.
  • Image quality/resolution: High resolution preferred although file size may be very large. Rule of thumb states the DPI resolution for web is usually 72. DPI resolution for printing is usually 300 and higher (photos on glossy paper require 300-600 dpi), line art is usually 150 dpi, regular photo images are fine at 200 dpi when balancing quality and file size.

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