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There are sets that are easy to compile becuause theyre traditionally valuable
How do we turn metadata into data" To be accountable to funders, we need metrics, but the work we do isn;t always easy to report How do we measure and quanitfy relationship building? Story Provided free legal clinics to expunge records Others do these kinds of things but they differed Partnered with orgs that did cultural Clients sat through a presentation by activists and educated them on their place int he justice system and social issues, instead of lawyers Tied to the Ban the Box What they measured was who kept involved as well as people getting expungments. Was this more effective than lawyer only groups? They showed numbers of things like communications with community, and other things that might beconsidered peripheral benefits, and actually measured them Emotional Geographies People do travelougs of where they travel and where they feel safe Map where specific places are that groups of people feel safe Mapping perceptions of safety in gentrifying areas Email Lists You want to expand program reach tailor messages to segments of your list Find inidcator questions in surveys Bury what you're trying to find out Always be thinking about how to find a metric to your research questions Quantifying Trust Consenting to followup stuff are indicators in themselves Is it ok to share your story? Is it ok to follow up? Your intakes and offboarding are opportunites to include those questions and include them in your database Perceived Distance studies are interested Ethical Collection How do you collect data without making it a barrier or hurt trust Could this data be used to hurt them? Hiding this data might be necessary Say making a database or tool for companies to hire formerly incarcerated. Customers could see that firms are hiring workers Are you making a database of vulnerable populations? Environmental determinents of health How measure? Working with Researchers You need to come back to the community with your findings to get feedback and context