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Social connection in an age of social distancing - Shared screen with speaker view
Georgie Stayches
06:37
Hi from South Melbourne
Amy Stewart
06:38
Helllooooooo! Amy from Sydney.
Claire Barnes
06:42
Hello from Shepparton!
MANDI GUNSBERGER
06:43
Hi from Sydney
Fiona Wharton
06:43
hello from NZ
Karen Ellis
06:44
Hello Ladies, thank you for sharing. Warm regards Karen+Danny Ellis from Mend It, Australia.
Andrew Waller
06:53
Hello from Mornington :-)
Izzy S
06:54
Hello from Melbourne
Fiona Snashall
06:59
Hello from Fiona in Ascot Vale
Julia Steel
08:10
For people who have recently joined please set you To box to “All panelists and attendees” so that everyone can see your comments
Izzy S
13:01
All of these 3 things already under threat pre Covid19
Karen Ellis
17:45
Postcode is interesting in relation to covid19. Wealthy VIC municipalities having more confirmed cases.
Maree Holmes
31:39
In walking around our neighbourhood there are people smiling or acknowledging each other more than before!
Karen Ellis
31:46
Transparent data is being shared our community page and not by local govt. Transpearency is important
Izzy S
32:05
I'm discovering my neighbourhood as I'm now working from home rather than commuting 3hours a day
Georgie Stayches
32:11
I am interested to find out how neighbourhoods will behave, coming out of this. Eg with events
Nicky Fraser
32:26
Sorry, I’m still a bit stuck on what you said about focus groups being biased and can’t change the questions as you go. As someone who has specialised in group discussions and other interviews (both face to face and online/phone) for over 25 years I can’t disagree strongly enough with this - surely it would make sense to use these in conjunction with the tools you’re advocating?
Fiona Wharton
32:26
creative initiatives
Izzy S
32:31
I'd like to know who in my neighbourhood is into sustainability and taking aciton on this
Izzy S
33:37
Do you use social media to collect data?
Nicky Fraser
34:52
Yes I’m not talking statistics (I’m qualitative) but fleshing out the underlying stories beneath what you’re coming up with. But fair enough
Georgie Stayches
35:07
Panic/anxiety/upset within neighbourhoods is also showing. Eg the backlash against backpackers in local social media groups in St Kilda is really strong. The 'ownership' of neighbourhoods is starting to show (also country regions not wanting city people to visit/escape during COVID)
Karen Ellis
35:15
What are the barriers for neighbourlytics working with local govt?
Maree Holmes
36:11
What have been the most surprising results you've found?
Izzy S
39:31
What's the untapped potential of neighbourlytics ?
Karen Ellis
39:40
How do we see/find the practical changes being made as a result of your work at neighbourlytics?
Karen Ellis
41:16
What do you think of placemaking? Do Councils 'get it?'
Karen Ellis
42:54
Thank you for that explanation.
Izzy S
45:36
Missed that
Izzy S
49:37
Thank you - great presentation and have so many more questions
Karen Ellis
49:41
Thank you Julia and Lucinda. Fascinating. Stay safe and well.
Amy Stewart
49:44
Thank you so much for your time and valuable insights today Lucy (and Julia). Greatly appreciated.
shabnam jamal
50:16
It was great and very informative, thank you!
Fiona Wharton
50:45
really thought provoking thank you
Maree Holmes
50:49
Very thought provoking Lucinda, much appreciated.
Jehan Al Hamawi
50:57
Thank you so much!