Resources

SELECTED ACADEMIC and GOVERNMENT RESOURCES ON SOCIAL MEDIA AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
Prepared by Kim Stephens, lead blogger, iDisaster 2.0
(https://idisaster.wordpress.com)

Last Updated: May 27, 2013

Please see the subtabs for content on the following: Apps, Case Studies, Presentation or How-To’s, Crowdsourcing/Crisis Mapping, Policies/Guidance

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Government (or Related) Crowdsourced Sites of interest

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10 responses to “Resources

  1. Greta Marlatt

    great resource – a few other suggestions that might also be of interest include a couple of theses done at the Naval Postgraduate School

    Social Media Integration into State-Operated Fusion Centers and Local Law Enforcement: Potential Uses and Challenges by Victoria Fresenko Dec 2010
    https://www.hsdl.org/?view&doc=136658&coll=limited

    Leveraging Social Networking Technologies: An Analysis of the Knowledge Flows Facilitated by Social Media and the Potential Improvements in Situational Awareness, Readiness, and Productivity by William Polania Sept 2010
    https://www.hsdl.org/?view&doc=131959&coll=limited

    Leveraging Social Media to Engage the Public in Homeland Security by Jody Woodcock, Sept 2009
    https://www.hsdl.org/?view&doc=113927&coll=limited

  2. Wonderful set of resources. If you have a moment please take a look at this bibliography we maintain on social media and first responders. I think you may find some more resources suitable for adding to your bibliography here.
    Social Media and First Responders

    • kim26stephens

      Thank you so much. Yes, I will absolutey include as much as possible from FEMA’s bibliography.

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  4. Leveraging Social Networking Technologies: An Analysis of the Knowledge Flows Facilitated by Social Media and the Potential Improvements in Situational Awareness, Readiness, and Productivity by William Polania Sept 2010
    https://www.hsdl.org/?view&doc=131959&coll=limited

    +1

  5. My article with Jen Ziemke on Cultures of Participation and Crisis Mapping should be dated with the year 2012 as it is due to be published on June 2012. Thanks for including our articles and book chapters.

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