You can help update and improve the content of the site. A bit like Wikipedia, this a crowd-sourced site – but in this case the crowd is disaster preparedness practitioners of all types. You can add new text and topics, upload new resource materials, or rate and discuss material already uploaded on the site. If you see a gap or know of resources or examples that aren’t mentioned, please jump in and contribute.
Start a user profile and connect to other users
Visitors to the site can access any of the content on the site without logging in or creating a user profile. In order to add content, you will need to login. You can do this either by using an existing Facebook, Twitter, or American Red Cross account or by creating a new account on the GDPC site.
Once you are logged in, your user profile will allow you to indicate topics and countries you are interested in and connect with other users who have similar interests.
You have several options. You can:
(All site users)
1. Add a new RESOURCE as link or attachment
2. Add a new RESOURCE as a video
3. Add a STORY
5. Make a SUGGESTION for the site
6. Share content through SOCIAL MEDIA
(Site editors – contact the GDPC at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want this role)
9. Edit an existing RESOURCE or EXAMPLE
Add a new RESOURCE as a link or attachement
Add a new RESOURCE as a video
Add a STORY
Make a COMMENT
Make a SUGGESTION about the site
If you have questions about contributing to the site that you would like to ask off-line, please contact Ian O’Donnell at email@example.com. All interest welcome.