Sample Text-Message Alerts From UCLA
A large group of campus emergency managers from around the nation have developed the following prototype mass notification text messages. The samples listed below are used by UCLA.
To view the sample messages, please click here.
- Can You Hear Me Now?
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- Take It From the Experts When Crafting Your Messages
- Best Practices Breakdown
- Your Mass Notification Cheat Sheet
- Web Exclusive: CS Mass Notification Study Results
- Web Exclusive: Sample Opt-Out Language
- Web Exclusive: When a Crisis Hits, Social Networking Partnership May Keep Web Working
- Multiple Modes of Mass Notification Make Sense
- Virginia Tech 1 Year Later: How Campuses Have Responded
- University of New Hampshire Launches Roam Secure Alert Network™ for Emergency Notification
- Cooper Notification Launches Nation’s Largest Regional Alerting System
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