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Developing Mobile Apps for Disaster Education

Bob Bertsch, NDSU Extension Service, and Jake Joraanstad, Myriad Devices, tell the story of how their organizations partnered to develop two mobile applications: Disaster Recovery Log (Android), which aids users in documenting their disaster losses, and a new winter storm emergency app (Android and iOS) that helps users survive being stranded in a winter storm.

Presented by Association for Communication Excellence (ACE) Information Technology Special Interest Group (IT SIG)

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