Collecting, organizing, and transmitting information on "disaster evacuation and sheltering" with COVID-19 infection: Accomplishments and challenges from "gathering information" about disasters to "information is gathering"
presentationposted on 18.01.2021, 09:26 authored by Shinya MIURA, Yohei CHIBA, Hiroaki SANO, Sachiko MAEDA, Chiharu IKEDA, Akiko TANAKA, Misa TAKAHASHI, Nobuyuki HANDA, Yuichiro USUDA
Under the COVID-19, it is recommended to avoid the three dense spaces: closed space, densely populated area, and close-knit scene. The presenters prepared for natural disasters by utilizing the notifications presented by the Cabinet Office disaster prevention, etc. under COVID-19 by local governments such as prefectures and municipalities for the flood season and storm and flood damage. In order to comprehensively and comprehensively grasp the situation, search the websites of prefectures and local governments all over Japan, and provide information on ""evacuation"" or ""evacuation shelter"" under COVID-19 (hereinafter, ""COVID-19 X""). We have comprehensively collected cases of disseminating information on evacuation in the event of a disaster.
In the process of collecting information, how did media such as Twitter, Internet news, and newspapers promote information collection, and made us feel a sign that information is ""collected"" from ""collected""? I would like to discuss how it is desirable to understand information gathering, and by extension, archive construction and information dissemination in media other than the original purpose, and to collaborate with the media to build an archive.