Tag Archives: 'Eidos Institute'

Researching Social Media in Times of Crisis

Researching Social Media in Times of Crisis

Snurb, 4 April 2013
I’ve just returned home from the Social Media in Times of Crisis conference at the State Library of Queensland, which we organised together with our ARC Linkage partners at the Eidos Institute, and I’m pleased to [...]

Social Media in Times of Crisis 2013: Register Now!

Social Media in Times of Crisis 2013: Register Now!

Snurb, 19 March 2013
Our research into the use of social media for crisis communication, which produced last year’s report on the use of Twitter during the 2011 Queensland floods and a variety of other outputs (on the Christchurch earthquakes, [...]

Our Social Media and Crisis Communication Research in the Media

Snurb, 2 May 2011
Well – what a few weeks it’s been. Following the Eidos symposium in Brisbane and the Emergency Media and Public Affairs conference in Canberra, there’s been plenty of media coverage of our research into the role [...]

Social Media in Times of Crisis

Snurb, 4 April 2011
As we’ve mentioned in a previous post, Jean and I participated in the Eidos Institute symposium “Social Media in Times of Crisis” at the State Library of Queensland today – which turned out to be a [...]

Event: Social Media in Times of Crisis

Snurb, 28 March 2011
A quick heads-up for our Australian-based readers: our work on researching social media use during the Queensland floods will be featured at a symposium in Brisbane on 4 April 2011, organised by the Eidos Institute. In [...]