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COVID-19 Visual Information on Twitter (Part 4)

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 the viewing experience optimal. […]

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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 […]