The way this post displays is a visual artifact of someone who knows enough HTML to be dangerous and just copied content out of an email. It reads fine with a screen reader but will be distressing for the visually oriented.
and remember to thank a Braille literate blind person if you are ever caught someplace where the only way to read the signage is someone who knows Braille.
& Twitter as a Tool
Thursday, Feb 19, 2015, 7– 9 pm
Open to all – Neighborhood Leaders, SNAP, CERT
and Community Emergency Hub volunteers
Kate Starbird, UW Associate Professor: How social media is used during
disasters, especially for collaboration.
She has seen many examples where, even
after a devastating disaster, networks of communications are quick to re-establish themselves and
can be important to neighborhood-level response.
Elodie Fichet, City of Kirkland OEM: How Twitter can be used by
She will cover Twitter basics, but she will presume that people have an
account and know how to send and receive tweets. There will be some short hands-on practice.
Don’t Tweet? Bring a friend who does!
6:30 p.m. – sign-in, snacks, 7:00 p.m. – program begins
*Sign up at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: City of Seattle Emergency Operations Center,
105 5th Ave S (Corner of 5
Ave S and S Washington St)
*For language or access accommodations, contact us by 2/12/2015:
Phone: 206-233-5076, Email: email@example.com
For more information, contact Debbie Goetz: 206-684-0517, firstname.lastname@example.org.