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iDisaster (Social Media Articles Focused on Disaster Relief)

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Facility Type: Info/Hotline
Status: Open

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Website: http://idisaster.wordpress.com/2011/03/12/social-media-and-the-japan-earthquake-and-tsunami-what-we-can-learn/


Mission: from the website:

We want to provide information about Web 2.o and other information communications technologies that are (or could be) used by members of the emergency management community. The intent is to provide exemplary practices, news and information about applications of new media, with the longer-term objective of improving practice and outcomes in emergency management.

We are pleased to note that Craig Fugate, the FEMA Administrator, said this blog was “worth a read” in his tweet on October 2010.





This organization provides Temporary or Permanent Service? Temporary

Notes:

from the website:

Introducing the 2 Divas who produce this blog:

* Claire B. Rubin is a social scientist with 32 years of experience in emergency management and, more recently, homeland security. She heads Claire B. Rubin & Associates, located in Arlington, VA. She has written about 80 publications and presented numerous talks and lectures on emergency management and homeland security topics. She is the co-founder and an editor of the Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management. See Selected Works of Claire B. Rubin for more details. Ms Rubin has created several websites, two professional Facebook sites, and a blog called Recovery Diva in addition to this site.

* Kim Stephens – has over a decade of experience in the field of emergency management, both as a researcher and a practitioner. Her experience has spanned federal, local and non-governmental organizations: from the US Environmental Protection Agency, to the Tennessee Montgomery County Office of Emergency Management, and the American Red Cross. She has a Master’s degree in Public Administration from Texas A & M University. Her special focus is the application of social media to the practice of emergency management in the public sector. Kim is currently developing social media training for the 2011 Readiness in Emergency Management for Schools (REMS) grantees. Kim also assists Ms. Rubin with the Recovery Diva blog and managed the effort to develop a marketing demonstration of an interactive application of the Disaster Time Line Series . Presently, those time line charts are available only in hard copy.

Contact Us:

If you are interested in a speaker for a conference/workshop, the development of a training module or program, or other assignments regarding social media and emergency management, please contact us.

We also are interesting in obtaining one or more sponsors for this effort.

* Kim Stephens [kim26stephens @ gmail.com]

* Claire B. Rubin [cbrubin @ gmail.com ]

Info Source/Changes:

Created At: Thu Mar 17 02:29:54 -0700 2011
Updated At: Thu Mar 17 02:30:12 -0700 2011
Updated By: tfri


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