Business continuity management in UK higher education: a case study of crisis communicationin the era of social media

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McGuinness, M.; Marchand, R.D.;
  • Publisher: Inderscience
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    acm: ComputingMilieux_COMPUTERSANDEDUCATION

This study explores crisis communications in UK higher education institutions between the institution and its students. Using a case study of British universities, data is presented from interviews with university business continuity managers and student focus groups. T... View more
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