PUERTO RICO AT THE SOCIAL MEDIATHON

ACURIL's Disaster Campaign, 30TH November 1ST December 2017

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HILDA TERESA AYALA PRESENTS JOINT EFFORTS IN PUERTO RICO TO IDENTIFY INFORMATION UNITS NEEDS AFTER IRMA & MARIA

ON ACURIL's second session of the Social Mediathon, within the Executive Council meeting, held on Friday, 1st December 2017, at Florida International University, Hilda Teresa Ayala-Gonzalez (Research Services Librarian, at the Graduate Research and Innovation Center (GRIC), University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Campus) presented the collaborative efforts being carried out by information associations in Puerto Rico, responding at disasters in information units after hurricanes Irma and Maria.


https://drive.google.com/file/d/13hLWe6gLxSR0eOeWvOSMJD8dqlDYadZ-/view?usp=sharing



The first activity being conducted is a survey http://uprm.libsurveys.com/Needs, under the aegis of the University of Puerto Rico’s General Library, Mayaguez Campus, administered by Hilda Teresa Ayala-Gonzalez and other collaborators, to identify damages and needs of educational and cultural institutions in the archipelago. Deadline to submit information is December 11, 2017.


A special meeting was held on Friday, 10 November 2017, at the Historical Archives of the Fundación Luis Muñoz Marin, in which representative Jennifer Growan, of the Heritage Emergency National Task Force Liason / FEMA Surge Capacity Force oriented participants on the opportunities available for support responding at disasters for information units. Documentation, by language, is available on: https://www.fema.gov/media-library/resources-documents#{%22type%22:[%22DocumentContainerAsset%22],%22sort%22:%22taken_on%22,%22direction%22:%22desc%22}


The Hazard Mitigation Assistance (HMA) Grant Resources can be found in https://www.fema.gov/hazard-mitigation-assistance-hma-grant-resources

TO PARTICIPATE IN ACURIL's DISASTER CAMPAIGN

USE THE HASHTAG


#ACURILSocialMediathon


and contribute sharing the information with others.



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TO DONATE

ACURILEANS and all supporters of Caribbean libraries, archives and museums are encouraged to support this ACURIL’s Social MediaThon by:


Donating to the recovery, relief, rebuilding may be made:

  • Through Wire Transfer to ACURIL at Banco Popular de Puerto Rico, ACURIL Account number 033244448, Route number 021502011 ; Swift number: BPR PR SX, 033244

If from US, sending a certified check directly to ACURIL, P.O. Box 23317, San Juan, PR 00931-3317



Unity within Diversity / Unidad dentro de la Diversidad /L'Unité dans la Diversité



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