Join an all-star lineup of experts to learn how to find population and social data for your needs, how to make sense of current trends in data, how best to share your data with funders and policymakers, and more. See full schedule.
Part 1 | August 24, 2022 | 9 A.M. – noon | virtual | Focuses on the basics, whether you’re brand-new to using data, you need a refresher, or you want to see what’s new with Census data. Sessions presented by experts at CPAR and the U.S. Census Bureau will show you where to find the data you need and how to use it.
Part 2 | September 28, 2022 | 9 A.M. – noon | virtual | Takes data use to the next level. This section is for anyone who wants to use data to better understand current issues and to identify solutions. You’ll learn more from community experts and change makers on how to apply data and make an impact.
Use the links in the table below to register for one or both live virtual sessions. Fees are $70 per session or $120 for both. You will receive access to a recording a week after the event.
Can’t attend live? Purchase recordings of the series, including breakout sessions, for a discounted rate at any time before or up to one year after the series for $30 per session. Use the links in the table below to register.
|Session||Live Access||Recording Only|
|Part 1 - August 24||Purchase for $70||Purchase for $30|
|Part 2 - September 28||Purchase for $70||Purchase for $30|
|Both Sessions||Purchase for $120|
Registration for the live events and recordings must be completed through NU Connect, UNO’s registration system for professional development offerings. A University email address is not required for registration.
After registering through NU Connect, you will have access to a Canvas landing page, where you will find the Zoom links, schedule, and materials. Once registered, you will also be asked to select a preferred breakout session via a survey link in Canvas. Please select yours ahead of time as space is limited.
Recordings will be made available one week after the event is over. They will be posted to the Canvas page for the session you registered for, and you will receive an email notification when they are ready. You will be able to view the recording as many times as you wish.
We wish to extend our gratitude to the advisory committee for this data and research series:
- Renee Fry, private consultant
- Craig Maher, Ph.D., UNO School of Public Administration
- Emily Nguyen, Weitz Foundation
- Cammy Watkins, Inclusive Communities
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