The goal of the CTData Academy is to increase data literacy, build data capacity and enable nonprofits, state and local government, community groups, and organizations across the state to effectively use their own data, open data, and data from other sources, for the purpose of understanding, measuring, advocating, and impacting lives. Drawing on our history as a user-driven, public-private organization that has advocated for greater access to high quality data, convened stakeholder conversations, held six statewide conferences and provided targeted technical assistance to local organizations, the Connecticut Data Collaborative, in partnership with Connecticut’s Chief Data Officer, is the primary convener and coordinator of the CTData Academy.
Events and resources are organized by category. Click on one of the categories below to explore upcoming events and related resources and to learn more about the type of content that we will be including in the category.
We have curated a variety of resources to help you better work with your data, including tutorials, external webpages, videos, and files.
May 30, 2017, 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
This is the CTData Academy's introductory session designed to expand data literacy. Participants come away with a greater understanding of data collection and analysis ...
June 20, 2017, 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Once monthly, the CT Data Collaborative will convene data users and producers from across the state to discuss their work in progress and to share ...