Oftentimes, it can be difficult to even start a community-based collaboration and improvement project. People might not know where to get data, how to interpret it, or how to act on it. That’s where this novel project comes in. Rather than make decisions based on RFPs, the team out of NJHI looks to work aside communities is South Jersey through the whole of the project; from concept, to application, to implementation, to evaluation.
We’re also working to enhance the storytelling aspect. How can we help put conditions into place so communities can disseminate their work in a way that has an impact? This includes more partners, more funding, and more ideas.
As part of the storytelling, we recently deployed our Twitterbots to help communities understand their messaging. You can try them out yourself over at Readiness Learning Systems.