1. Introduction

Give a Day is a ‘pure’ civil society activity, meaning it is not owned by any individual or organisation. It brings together people with ideas about how their community might be improved; with people who give a day to bring these ideas to fruition; and local businesses that give resources or specialist staff time. People…

Learning for Localities

Welcome to a series of short trainings to support the work of the BD_Collective, Public Health and Barking and Dagenham Council to help residents fight the cost of living crisis and address health inequalities. Episode 1: An introduction to the trainings, and the work ahead Episode 2: The role of the Insider-Outsider, the Locality Leads…

17.  I choose this data to benefit me, my SRG group, and the movement I am part of

For over a year, we have been now talking, experimenting, learning, and reflecting about the data that may be useful to SRGs. The group is ready to pause, take stock, and decide on the final data points. These will make the basis of a ‘digital object’. What will they choose? To learn about their individual…

16. How are we getting on as a group?

The group is interested in data in three areas. One, health; they want to know how being part of an SRG is helping with their wellbeing. Two, SRG dynamic; to what extent levels of connection, trust, and belonging (or the quality of ‘jellying’ to use member’s words) in the group affect their mission. Three, money; how is each member and the group doing financially (savings, profit).

14. Wearable experimentation = easy to wear and hard to get OUR data off!

The group has moved from a simple one to 10 How are you feeling today? question asked daily on their WhatsApp to experimenting with collecting health data with six wearables (Apple Watch, Huawei band, Fitbit Inspire, Leaf Urban, Samsung Galaxy Fit, Healbe). The task is here is to learn from existing objects to be able to build our own.

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