Socially Awkward: Social Media Usage in County-Level Government
Management and International Business; Geography and Geology
Given the interdependence of the public and private sectors and simultaneous and massive impact of widespread disasters on the entire community, this paper investigates the use of information technologies, specifically geospatial information systems, within the multi-organizational community to effectively co-create value during disaster response and recovery efforts. We present and examine in depth a participatory action research project in a disaster-experienced coastal community conducted during the 2006-2014 time period. The results of the action research project and analysis of a survey completed by stakeholders leads to a list of findings, in particular those related to developing a model of next generation learning design where students are co-creators of value to the smart cities.
Twentieth Americas Conference on Information Systems
Cumbie, B. A.,
(2014). Socially Awkward: Social Media Usage in County-Level Government. Twentieth Americas Conference on Information Systems, 1-11.
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