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2011 Social Media + Emergency Management Camp: Transforming the Response Enterprise

2011 Social Media + Emergency Management Camp: Transforming the Response Enterprise

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Working with event organizers from CrisisCommons and the SMEM Initiative, CNA led a volunteer research team to record discussions at the 2011 Social Media in Emergency Management Camp at the National Emergency Management Association Mid-Year Conference. This report synthesizes those discussions, offering a view of successes and challenges with respect to the use of social media and new technologies in emergency management.
Working with event organizers from CrisisCommons and the SMEM Initiative, CNA led a volunteer research team to record discussions at the 2011 Social Media in Emergency Management Camp at the National Emergency Management Association Mid-Year Conference. This report synthesizes those discussions, offering a view of successes and challenges with respect to the use of social media and new technologies in emergency management.

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Published by: Clarence Wardell III on Nov 10, 2011
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2011 Social MediaEmergency Management Camp
 
Transforming the Response Enterprise
Clarence Wardell IIIYee San SuSeptember 2011
 
The gure represents a subset o the conversation that took place between individualsvia Twitter© during the 2011 Social Media in Emergency Management (SMEM) Campat that National Emergency Management Association (NEMA) mid-year conerence,as captured via the #SMEM11 hashtag designated or conerence use. The networkvisualization captures directed conversation between individual accounts, as denedthrough “@-mentions” on Twitter. When individual A mentions individual B in a tweet,an arc rom one node to another is used to capture that relationship on the graph. Thesize o the node and its label (Twitter unique names) is proportional to the number oother nodes it is connected to on the graph (only nodes that have at least two connec-tions are included here). The nodes and edges are colored according to the “commu-nity” to which the node belongs, as determined by the set o individuals who were mostclosely related through their Twitter mentions.
 
2011 Social MediaEmergency Management Camp
 
Transforming the Response Enterprise
Clarence Wardell IIIYee San SuSeptember 2011

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