Neighborhood-Centered Collaboration and Data Sharing

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Working Together

What are we working on and how are we getting there?
 

  1. Relationship Building
  2. Problem Exploration
  3. Strategizing
  4. Action

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Recent Posts

  • Focus on Allentown: Areas for Further Exploration - Written by: Hasshan Batts, Samantha Shaak, Scott Hoke, & Hannah Clark Surveys can help us understand a lot about our community. From capturing community concerns about changes in our neighborhoods to identifying future opportunities, recent survey efforts by organizations across … Continued
  • Focus on Allentown: Services & Amenities within the Neighborhoods - Written by: Hannah Clark, Hasshan Batts, Samantha Shaak, & Scott Hoke Surveys can help us understand a lot about our community. From capturing community concerns about changes in our neighborhoods to identifying future opportunities, recent survey efforts by organizations across … Continued
  • Understanding Survey Fatigue in a Community Context - Written by: Scott Hoke & Kerrie Baker The year 2020 presents a unique opportunity to have the voice of the community heard through national census survey, an opportunity that occurs once every 10 years.  It seems only fitting that we … Continued
  • Focus on Allentown: Housing & Health -Residential Mobility in Allentown Neighborhoods - Written By: Scott Hoke, Hannah Clark, Hasshan Batts, & Samantha Shaak Surveys can help us understand a lot about our community. From capturing community concerns about changes in our neighborhoods to identifying future opportunities, recent survey efforts by organizations across … Continued
  • Focus on Allentown: Quality of Life - Written by: Samantha Shaak, Scott Hoke, Hannah Clark, & Hasshan Batts Surveys can help us understand a lot about our community. From capturing community concerns about changes in our neighborhoods to identifying future opportunities, recent survey efforts by organizations across … Continued
  • Why Does Similar Data Look So Different? - By Dr. Scott Hoke, Cedar Crest College One of the difficult parts of evaluating any community-based problem or potential solution is making sense of the data that are collected for analysis. What makes this so challenging is that although a … Continued

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