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An Organized Collaborative Work Using Twitter in Flood Disaster

An Organized Collaborative Work Using Twitter in Flood Disaster
An Organized Collaborative Work Using Twitter in Flood Disaster
The use of Twitter in emergencies in providing vital information has become increasingly popular. Twitter users are able to use its services to work collaboratively regardless of physical distance. This paper is concerned with the use of Twitter in providing enhanced communication channels and assisting people in emergencies such as floods. An example of a case study is included in this paper.
Social network, Organised collaborative work, Twitter
Aljohani, Naif
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Alahmari, Saad
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Aseere, Ali
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Aljohani, Naif
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Alahmari, Saad
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Aseere, Ali
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Aljohani, Naif, Alahmari, Saad and Aseere, Ali (2011) An Organized Collaborative Work Using Twitter in Flood Disaster. ACM Web Science Conference 2011, Germany. 14 - 17 Jun 2011. (Submitted)

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Abstract

The use of Twitter in emergencies in providing vital information has become increasingly popular. Twitter users are able to use its services to work collaboratively regardless of physical distance. This paper is concerned with the use of Twitter in providing enhanced communication channels and assisting people in emergencies such as floods. An example of a case study is included in this paper.

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Submitted date: 21 March 2011
Additional Information: Event Dates: 14-17 June, 2011
Venue - Dates: ACM Web Science Conference 2011, Germany, 2011-06-14 - 2011-06-17
Keywords: Social network, Organised collaborative work, Twitter
Organisations: Web & Internet Science

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Local EPrints ID: 272132
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/272132
PURE UUID: f36d16df-3c1c-4d3e-8c16-749c2dfd7238

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Date deposited: 29 Mar 2011 20:02
Last modified: 02 Feb 2018 17:34

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Author: Naif Aljohani
Author: Saad Alahmari
Author: Ali Aseere

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