Are Disaster Infographics Still Cool? Useful?

It seems like every week or month, I get “the latest” disaster infographic in my inbox. Inforgraphics have become popular in recent years to communicate complicated topics and data. There are infographics on social media, types of hazards, impact to businesses, emergency management careers, etc. I keep a Pinterest board for these types of graphics.  

Follow DisasterNet’s board Disaster on Pinterest.

Many that I have seen, though, are actually marketing and recruiting tools for bachelors and masters emergency management programs. I am not opposed to this approach, but I am left wondering about the value of infographics these days. 

Because I am largely a curator of this information, not a consumer, I am not clear how infographics have helped the industry. Are disaster infographics useful? How have they helped? Are they effective? Have you used any in your work? If so, how?

Check out of a few of the ones below.

Survive a Natural DisasterBoston University Master of Science in Management OnlineTrends in Emergency ManagementSource: Trends in Emergency Management

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