"Untapped Potential: Evaluating State Emergency Management Web Sites 2008"
A recent study study by the University of Kansas analyzed 51 state emergency management agency Web sites, as well as the results of an online survey of state EMA public information officers. The 13 findings of the research and made six recommendations to the nation's emergency managers. Hopefully this report will spark serious discussions nationwide about the role of Internet communication before, during and following crisis situations.
The report concluded that Web designers, not emergency managers, typically have the most input as far as site content ... "designers are more into the whistles and bells, and not necessarily the content". READ MORE
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