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This is the presentation given at the Emergency Management Association of Georgia Training Summit in Savannah, May 25, 2011. It covers the various types of social media communication structures, what …

This is the presentation given at the Emergency Management Association of Georgia Training Summit in Savannah, May 25, 2011. It covers the various types of social media communication structures, what the public thinks, expects from the Red Cross Study and then offers major reasons to implement social media now.

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  • 1. On SlideShare.com
      Social Media to Support Crisis Communications
  • 2. Social Networks Family Friends Colleagues CoWorkers First Responders Local Government
  • 3. How Communications have Changed Over the Years
  • 4. Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, LA. 4 Days Post Katrina http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zXZ-R0mcN0&playnext=1&list=PL6DD285E01968E44D
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  • 6. Crisis Communications, same Means of Communication, changes
  • 7. alg_submerged-truck.jpg What’s it all about?
      Right Information
    • Right People
    • 8. Right Time
    • 9. Make the Best Decisions Possible
    Georgia (Gwinnett and Douglas Counties) Floods 2009
  • 10. “ We characterize a social network as links from people to other people, groups or information objects. Such objects may be messages, photos, videos, wall postings, notifications, current activities, events, widgets, etc. ” http://www.iscram.org/ISCRAM2009/papers/Contributions/163_An Online Social Network For Emergency_White2009.pdf 2009 - Connie White, Linda Plotnick, Jane Kushma, Starr Roxanne Hiltz, and Murray Turoff. An Online Social Network for Emergency Management. International Journal of Emergency Management 2009 - Vol. 6, No.3/4 pp. 369 - 382
  • 11. Structures behind Social Media
  • 12. Following, Friends, Subscribing
  • 13. Going Viral
  • 14. 2,920 Followers
  • 15. 46, 013 Followers
  • 16. 386,660 Followers
  • 17. 3,989,897 Followers
  • 18. Why So Many?
  • 19. http://www.redcross.org/www-files/Documents/pdf/other/SocialMediaSlideDeck.pdf
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  • 27. NOAA
    • Twitter Experiment
    • 28. Guest Tim Brice Skype in for 5-10 minute interview.
  • 29. Skype In: Special Lecturer: Tim Brice National Weather Service develop its Internet presence and incorporating the latest technologies into operational uses. He currently serves as the office GIS and Social Media focal points.
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  • 31. Where is Georgia
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  • 39. Director of FEMA
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  • 43. Homeland Security a
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  • 45. President
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  • 47. 5 Minute Fugate's Testimony
  • 48. Available August, 2011 http://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9781439853498;jsessionid=ISj9sYmDatbMBk2jpo4phw**