Proceedings of the 37th ACM Conference on the Design of Communication
English language -- Rhetoric, Communication of technical information, Technical writing
This experience report focuses on the impact of Oregon’s evolving methodology for documenting and publishing data and information about damage from natural disasters and other emergencies. In tracing public damage assessment genre sets through organizational levels and user groups, the report (a) outlines the current processes by which data and information are generated and transferred and (b) connects the potential future damage assessment methodology to a larger paradigm shift in the state’s broader data-sharing approach.
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Published as: Covey, H. (2019). Disaster Documentation: The Impact of Oregon’s Evolving Damage Assessment Methodology for Emergency Declarations. In SIGDOC ’19: Proceedings of the 37th ACM Conference on the Design of Communication, October, 04–06, 2019, Portland, OR. ACM, New York, NY, USA, 6 pages. https://doi.org/10.1145/3328020.3353935