Attend this conference to learn about the latest data products, methods of access, and applications at this information-filled conference.
Highlights of this year’s program include:
- Having two subject matter experts from the U.S. Census Bureau.
- A guest speaker from the Indiana State Data Center.
- A panel discussion on migration data and brain drain trends and impacts.
- A panel discussion on Black and Hispanic trends in Omaha and Nebraska.
- Information on library resources in the digital age.
- Hands-on computer trainings on American FactFinder, MS Excel and Tableau.
- Networking opportunities and facilitated lunchtime discussions.
- A spotlight on the 2020 Census and its upcoming activities/programs to ensure an accurate population count.
Attend the conference to learn about:
- Census data basics.The latest state and local population trends.
- Best practices in working with data.
- All the latest data and products from the Census Bureau.
Register early for full session options – the computer trainings are very popular and with only 30 seats available will fill up fast.
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