Crowdsourcing Your Organization’s Greatest Challenge in a Crunch

Vendor: NetHope Crisis Informatics Team

Start: Tue, Jul 25, 2017 11:00 AM
End: Tue, Jul 25, 2017 12:00 PM

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This is the third and final webinar in a webinar series with NetHope’s Crisis Informatics team. The first webinar titled, Newest Lessons in using Open Data Effectively was on July 11th. The webinar, and all related presentation collaterals can be found on that page. The second webinar titled, What’s Happening With Humanitarian Satellite Efforts? was held on July 18th. The webinar, and all related presentation collaterals can be found on that page as well.

Please RSVP for the third and final installment of this series, Crowdsourcing Your Organization’s Greatest Challenge in a Crunch to be held on July 25th.

Crowdsourcing Your Organization’s Greatest Challenge in a Crunch is a webinar with two of our industry’s leading experts on crowdsourcing solutions to humanitarian challenges.

Together, Dr. Starbird of the University of Washington and Per Aarvik of the Standby Task Force will share insights on:

  • How to build a successful crowdsourcing project
  • Effective ways in scaling up crowdsourcing capability in an NGO environment
  • Creating a pipeline trusted volunteers
  • An overview of Standby Task Force’s Disaster HelpDesk Project

We will leave 15 minutes for Q&A with the audience.

Speakers:

Dr. Kate Starbird is an Assistant Professor at the University of Washington’s  Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering (HCDE).

Per Aarvik is the President of the Standby Task Force

 

 

Host:

Gabriele Almon is the GIS & Data Analyst Technical Lead at NetHope

 

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