SMEM Camp Agenda

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Objective

To discuss social media and new technology's integration into the disaster continuum, in public, private and non-governmental organizations; to examine issues, opportunities, and challenges surrounding this new form of communications; and to lay the foundation for the development of solutions to questions and concerns raised by the emergency management community.

All Volunteer Effort

Just a reminder to everyone online and at the event - this is an event that is organized by volunteers. If you see something that you can help with, pitch in. If a pirate pad crashes, help your folks move to another pad. If someone new joins, help them get up to speed. This event is what we all collectively make it. We look forward seeing (or hearing) you all on Thursday! Also here are some tips on if you are wondering what this is all about:

If you are member of the media and would like get in touch, call Heather Blanchard at 703-593-3823 or email heather@crisiscommons.org - her twitter is @poplifegirl

Schedule at the Hilton

  • 8:30 AM - Arrival, Registration
  • 9:00 AM - Welcome - Jeff Phillips & Heather Blanchard
  • 9:10 AM - Introductions: Round robin of participants who state their Name, Organization and three words of what they are interested in sharing today.
  • 9:40 AM - Introduction SMEM_Camp_WikiBoard by Jeff and Heather
  • 10:02 AM - SMEM_Camp_WikiBoard Sessions Finalized (Chris/Kim)
  • 10:15 AM - Plenary Session - Best Practices (Moderators: Connie/Dawn)
  • 11:15 AM - Session 1
  • 1:00 PM - Session 2
  • 2:00 PM - Session 3
  • 3:00 PM - Plenary Session- Hot Wash (Moderators: Jeff/Heather)
  • 4:00 PM - Adjourn

Virtual Participation

  1. Pirate Pad Collaboration: A pirate pad is a virtual chat room (i.e. etherpad tool) where people can chat and take note online. These have a capacity of 20 folks. So if it starts to crash, hop onto another pad. If you are on a pad, you should be talking. If you aren't, please be considerate and hop off so someone else can be part of the conversation.
  2. Twitter Hashtag #SMEM11
  3. Sign In So We Know You Participated!

Sessions by Room and Time

Look to the SMEM_Camp_WikiBoard for live updates on what session is where. Below are the general topics and areas but like barcamp, the event will be created based on the interests of everyone who will be participating on Thursday. This board will be updated by 11AM on Thursday.

Plenary Session: Best Practices

10:15 - 11:15 All Hands General Session

  • U-Stream Status

Pirate Pad Collaboration - NOTE - When a pad is full, please move to the overflow :)

Moderators: Dawn Dawson General Session Agenda

  • Overview: Dawn Dawson
  • Speaker: Robin Blanford, Ireland
  • Speaker: New Mexico Emergency Management
  • Speaker: Neil McDevitt

Break Out Sessions

Note: If you are outside of the event and would like to comment on topics, please join in on the pirate pad collaboration. Please note these only hold about 20 folks, so please participate if you choose to log into a pad.

Break Out 1 (Yellow Cluster): Policy (Advanced) - Moderator: Kim Stephens (@kim26stephens)

  • U-Stream Status

Session Goals, Objectives, and References: [1] Pirate Pad Collaboration:

Sessions may include topics such as:

  • Records Retention; Archiving
  • Getting to Yes with the Lawyers, Policy Development (Terms of Service, Privacy)
  • Contracting for Support

Break Out 2 (Red Cluster): Getting Started - Moderators: Jim Garrow (@jgarrow) and James Hamilton (@Disaster_Guy)

  • U-Stream Status

Session Goals, Objectives, and References: [2] Pirate Pad Collaboration:

Sessions may include topics such as:

  • Twitter and Facebook 101
  • Quiz the SM Experts
  • Policy for Beginners

Break Out 3 (Grey Cluster): Open Topic - Moderator: Jeff Phillips (@LosRanchosEM)

  • U-Stream Status

Session Goals, Objectives, and References will be developed by the participants themselves.
Pirate Pad Collaboration:

Sessions may include topics such as:

  • When 911 Overloads
  • What to Expect During a Disaster
  • Short Codes: Your Friend, Your Challenge


Break Out 4 (Blue Cluster): Community Building - Moderator: Sara Estes Cohen (@saraestescohen)

Session Goals, Objectives, and References: [3]

  • U-Stream Status

Pirate Pad Collaboration

Sessions may include topics such as:

  • Preparedness and Engaging Your Citizenry
  • Leveraging Public Private Partnerships in Technology
  • Building Volunteer Networks


Break Out 5 (Orange Cluster): Open Topic - Moderator: Christine Thompson (@redcrossmom)

  • U-Stream Status

Session Goals, Objectives, and References: [4]

Pirate Pad Collaboration

Sessions may include topics such as:

  • Technology and Disasters - Future and Beyond
  • Communicating in Catastrophic Conditions


Break Out 6 (Purple Cluster): Situational Awareness - Moderator: Pascal Schuback (@schuback)

  • U-Stream Status

Session Goals, Objectives, and References to be discussed the day of event.

Pirate Pad Collaboration:

Sessions may include topics such as:

  • Crisis Data Standards
  • Introduction to Crisismapping
  • Public information in Operations (not the JIC)

Break Out 7 (Green Cluster): Return on Investment - Moderator: Eric Kant

  • U-Stream Status

Session Goals, Objectives, and References will be discussed the day of event.

Pirate Pad Collaboration

Sessions may include topics such as:

  • Extending the conversation of the Crisis Data Summit
  • Lessons from the Field

Plenary Session

  • Afternoon All Hands Session - Beginning of the wrap up

Pirate Pad Collaboration:

Closing Hot Wash

Topics:

  • What are you going to do now?
  • What did you get out of this for your agency?
  • What are the next steps?

Pirate Pad Collaboration:

Thanks for Participating!