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COVID-19 Visual Information on Twitter (Part 3)

Note: Started this collection March 17 (and went backwards from there, then forward, to assemble a lot of the VI I’d been seeing on Twitter regarding COVID-19, coronavirus, global pandemic – however you’d like to refer to this). The first page quickly filled up, and started loading slow, so I started page two to keep […]

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COVID-19 Visual Information on Twitter (Part 2)

Do you have any good infographics about the x part of the coronavirus pandemic that would be good for me to share with group y? That was, basically, a question in an email from a colleague the other day. It helped me to realize that coronavirus/Covid-19 has, to my eye, been one of the more […]

flatten the curve

COVID-19 Visual Information on Twitter

Do you have any good infographics about the x part of the coronavirus pandemic that would be good for me to share with group y? That was, basically, a question in an email from a colleague the other day. It helped me to realize that coronavirus/Covid-19 has, to my eye, been one of the more […]

Risk Comm 101: The 7-Part Comms Model

This is the last part in our basis risk communication series. In the last post, we touched on non-verbal communication, risk comparisons and negativity in communication. We’ll discuss a communication template that we really like, in this post, as well as provide some brief summaries of laws that require communication with the public in certain […]

Risk Comm 101: Non-Verbal Communication, Risk Comparisons & Negativity

This is part four in this series on basic risk communication, adapted from a U.S. Coast Guard student handbook on the subject. In the last post, we discussed the phenomenon of “perception is reality,” some outrage factors and how to communicate competence and build or maintain your trust and credibility with stakeholders. Here we’ll talk […]