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Message Library slide show for users

  1. 1. The                                    Message  Library   USER  GUIDE   h5p://infoasaid.org/message-­‐library    
  2. 2. Message  Library  •  A  dynamic  web-­‐based  tool  •  All  messages  are  generic  •  Acts  as  a  reference  to  what  can  be   communicated  to  populaFons  in  an   emergency  •  Messages  should  not  be  used  word  for  word  •  Can  be  changed,  edited  and  added  to   whenever  the  need  arises    
  3. 3. Terms  of  Use   •  Sets  out  objecFves  of  tool   •  Lists  what  you  need  to   consider  when  developing   your  communicaFon   strategy   •  Once  you  “accept”  at   bo5om  of  screen,  you  can   access  the  library  
  4. 4. InformaFon  icons   You  can  find  out  more   informaFon  on   different  secFons  of   the  library  by  clicking   on  ‘show’  under  any   one  of  the  three               icons      
  5. 5. Accessing  the  message  library   Using  Quick  Search   1.  Type  in  a  key  word,  eg  “diarrhoea”.  All   messages  containing  that  word  will   appear  highlighted  in  yellow.  The  list   includes  messages  related  to  different   sectors.     2.  Choose  the  message  you  want,  then  click   on  the  red  text  to  access  the  message   itself.     3.  The  message  contains     addiFonal  informaFon  such   as  type  of  message,  source,     target  audience  and  at-­‐risk   group.  It  may  also  include   links  to  communicaFon   materials  from  past   emergencies    
  6. 6. Accessing  the  message  library   Using  Advanced  Search   1.  Choose  to  see  list  either   alphabecally  or  by  sector   2.  Select  an  issue  in  the  drop  down   box.  All  corresponding  threats   will  then  appear  in  the  next  drop   down  box  ‘threat’.       Eg   Choose  ‘Child  Health’  as  the  ‘Issue’.       You  will  see  that  ARIs,  Diarrhoea,   Malaria,  Measles,  and  Poor  neo-­‐ natal  health  appear  as  ‘threats’  in   the  drop  down  menu.  Every   selecFon  you  make  in  the  four  drop   down  boxes  will  act  as  a  filter  for  the   list  of  messages  that  appear  below.      
  7. 7. StarFng  a  new  search  To  start  a  new  search,  either  click  on  “remove”  under  Currently  Selected  Criteria  or  the  ‘Reset  search’  bu5on  
  8. 8. SensiFve  messages   SensiFve  messages  are  colour  coded.     A  Red  exclamaon  mark  means  highly   sensiFve;  orange  means  moderately   sensiFve.       For  example:   -­‐  Type  in  ‘Gender-­‐based  violence’  in  the   quick  search  box   -­‐  Click  on  the  first  message  –  Importance   of  seeking  medical  care  post  rape   -­‐  The  first  message  has  an  orange   warning.   -­‐  The  second  has  a  red  warning  which   restricts  access  to  message  content   unFl  you  have  answered  the  prompts   and  clicked  on  ‘I  understand’   -­‐  AddiFonal  guidance  is  wri5en  under   the  message.    
  9. 9. Resources   The  Resources  column   shows  examples  from  past   emergencies.   -­‐  For  example,  type  in   Mines   -­‐  You  can  see  samples  of   posters  in  the  Resources   column   -­‐  Click  on  the  message   -­‐  The  samples  appear  at   the  bo5om  of  the   relevant  message    
  10. 10. Get  involved  To  send  in  feedback,  examples  from  past  emergencies  or  suggesFons  for  new  content,  use  the  GET  INVOLVED  secFon  or  write  to  miranda.eeles@infoasaid.org  

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