#SMEM11 'Social Media in Emergency Management Camp' at the National Emergency Management Association (NEMA) conference Virginia, USA.
Slide 1 Current Practice in the Field - SMEM
Slide 2 Links to More Information
Slide 3 Reminders & Tips #NEMA11 http:hashable.com/#!/home Twitterfall http://twitterfall.com/ Tweetdeck http://www.tweetdeck.com
Slide 4 D Dawson @northlandfox
Slide 5 How SMEM started. In February 2010 a small group in New Mexico met Virtually to see if they could bring together Volunteers to assist Emergency Management. Crisis Camps, Bar Camps, Ignite, TEDx forums were already being used but within the State nothing had been formalized. Including the tech community, volunteers, and engaging citizenry was discussed. By Fall with emerging events and more momentum it became more formalized and a discussion ensued. The tag #SMEM evolved out of a brainstorming session and an idea off of a Pirate Pad. #EMCampNM WIKI http://emcampnm.wikispaces.com/+Home+ Facebook http://www.facebook.com/EMCampNM @emcampnm Bridging Social Media and Emergency Management in New Mexico
Slide 6 All ways of Communication – In my area 40% use the internet, whether for religious reasons, financial concern, or accessibility issues. So you have know your areas and how your community likes to receive their information. If the satellites are out it won’t matter. Myth that phones are always out. We're seeing now that, in the wireless world, the ability for those providers to get up and running...
It is actually greater than it was in many of our experiences in previous disasters in the U.S.
We had people on the ground the day after Haiti that, as they hit the ground, could do text messaging.
Slide 7 Changing how we Communicate, that is what’s happening now. How are we getting data, who are we getting data from, what do we do with it and how do we manage. Pulling information, listening to and engaging the crowd, crowdsourcing
Slide 8 Sources for Did You Know? 4.0: The Economist Media Convergence Remix Pdf http://shifthappens.wikispaces.com/file/view/dyk40sources.pdf
Michael Hyatt Intentional Leadership
Slide 9 #crisisdata Summit speaker @CraigatFEMA “Goal: how do we minimize impacts of Disasters using Social Media”
Slide 10 1:40 Maximum of Maximums Haiti: the Importance of Social Media Use During a Disaster
Social Media and Meta-Networks for Crisis Mapping: Collaboratively Building Spatial Data for Situation Awareness in Disaster Response and Recovery Management http://www.ncgia.ucsb.edu/projects/spatio-temporal/docs/White-position.pdf
Slide 11 Decisions for Heroes Robin Blandford Director http://www.decisionsforheroes.com/ @d4h @robinb Facebook
Slide 12 Open Government & Engagement Continuum Energizing and Connecting Communities where they are “Open Government & ENGAGEMENT CONTINUUM “Deeper Discussions with Specific Communities Collaborative drafting such as regulations, policies, process steps Connecting employees within and across agencies Brainstorm ideas, questions, suggestions.” Collaborative problem-solving and solution creation Energizing and connecting communities where they are.
Slide 13 Wired Interview Craig Fugate (audio portion) Public is a Resource , things happen fast Storyboard / Podcast #38 Storyboard: FEMA Chief Says Social Media Aid Disaster Response By Rachel Zurer January 20, 2011 | 7:00 am | Wired http://www.wired.com/magazine/2011/01/storyboard-fema-craig-fugate/ Craig Fugate says social media is our future. "The public