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Appendix A: Workshop Agenda
Pages 57-62

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From page 57...
... Kristiana Almeida, American Red Cross What are barriers to official use of social media during a disaster?
From page 58...
... Influence mechanisms in social media  Yahoo! Research Duncan Watts, Incentivizing participation in time-critical situations  University of California, San Diego Manuel Cebrian, How the Standby Task Force harnesses the power of the crowd Melissa Elliott, Standby Task Force  Cornell University, moderator Jon Kleinberg, Noon Lunch
From page 59...
...  Leysia Palen, University of Colorado, Boulder, moderator 2:30 Personal Privacy  The use of social media by emergency officials raises privacy concerns that were not present with traditional methods of sending alerts and warnings. Also privacy sensitive, but of potential value to emergency managers, is official monitoring of social media to better detect or understand unfolding events.
From page 60...
... to label information they intend to be read by government officials constitute an adequate opt-in approach? Privacy decision making Lorrie Cranor, Carnegie Mellon University  Social-psychological challenges of social media use in crises  Gloria Mark, University of California, Irvine  of the "See Something, Say Something" Implementation campaign -- how privacy can be protected  Bryan Ware, Digital Sandbox  Today's framework for privacy protection and its application to alerts and warnings using social media  Peter Swire, Moritz College of Law, Ohio State University (remotely)
From page 61...
... This panel will examine recent experience and research on social media use.  tools for monitoring social media for Currently used situational awareness  Los Angeles Fire Department Brian Humphrey,  for earthquake detection and alerting Use of Twitter  Paul Earle, USGS National Earthquake Information Center  The use of social media tools to disseminate information during a health crisis  Keri Lubell, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention  of Emergency Services, County of San Diego Leslie Luke, Office and Richard Muth, Maryland Emergency Management Agency, moderators 10:30 Use of Social Media by Nongovernment Organizations  News organizations and technology firms have used social media during crises and disasters to provide information to and gather information from the public.
From page 62...
...  Legal perspectives on first-responder Social media: responsibilities  VHA Emergency Management Evaluation Aram Dobalian Center and organized digital volunteerism in the Spontaneous future of emergency management  Leysia Palen, University of Colorado, Boulder  California State University, Fullerton, Michele Wood, moderator 12:30 pm Wrap-up Panel and Plenary Discussion Denis Gusty, DHS Robert Kraut, Carnegie Mellon University Leysia Palen, University of Colorado, Boulder 1:00 pm Adjourn/Lunch

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