Emergency Communications Constituent Group (180206622)

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In this important discussion session we will focus on strategic issues and tactical challenges that affect IT communications in advanced planning for, during mitigation of, and subsequent to an emergency in higher education. This year we'll take a closer look at how we can leverage our investments in mass communications to expand operational communications to our campus communities and some specifics of how our tools are being used to solve broader information needs. In addition, come prepared to share your best practices and lessons learned regarding emergency messaging. http://www.educause.edu/annual-conference/2013/emergency-communications-constituent-group
  1 10/17/2013EDUCAUSE Annual Conference 2013 Mark Katsouros  Director of Network Planning, Penn Statemark1@psu.edu Emergency Communications Constituent Group ã―Two Birds‖   ã Discussion ã Mobile ―Killer Apps‖    2 10/17/2013EDUCAUSE Annual Conference 2013  3 “Seven Things”   1.Multi- vs. single-modal (SMS/Textmight be the best mode, but it shouldn’t be the only  one.) And all of the modes should be controllable froma single console in order to reduce thetime it takes to initiate a multimodalnotification. 10/17/2013EDUCAUSE Annual Conference 2013  4 “Seven Things”   2.Emergency only vs. casual/other use (No spam! There are plenty of other mechanisms for non-emergencyannouncements, such as listservs andwebsites.) 10/17/2013EDUCAUSE Annual Conference 2013
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