Data Clinics

Do you have questions about your data collection process? Do your survey questions need a thorough examination? Are you looking to reimagine your reporting? The Connecticut Data Collaborative is offering Data Clinics, which are 90-minute consultancy meetings where we tackle a specific data issue or challenge your organization is facing. We could review an existing or newly developed survey, examine your current data reports, or think about the data operations in your organization to improve how you capture the impact…

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Map of Households without Internet Access or Dial-up only – Census 2020 implications

We’ve been traveling across the state to talk Census 2020! On April 30th, CTData’s Executive Director Michelle Riordan-Nold presented at the U.S. Census 2020 Library Kickoff at the Connecticut Library Association Conference in Mystic. Ms. Riordan-Nold was also joined by Lieutenant Governor Susan Bysiewicz, U.S. Census Bureau Regional Director Jeff Behler, and Census Data Dissemination Specialist Ana Maria Garcia. With Census 2020 on the horizon, Riordan-Nold discussed potential census challenges—new and old. This will be the first census that people…

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CTData is Hiring for a New Role

The Connecticut Data Collaborative is seeking an enthusiastic and relationship-oriented Data Coordinator to manage the data governance aspects of a new initiative, the Hartford Data Collaborative. In partnership with agencies and organizations across the city, we are developing an Integrated Data System (IDS) that will link data across agencies and enable communities, providers, researchers, and the government to understand the complex, interconnected issues facing children and families in Hartford, ultimately providing the data to be able to design programs that…

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March 2019 Newsletter: Join Us for an Engaging Discussion, SEOW Portal Updates, Upcoming Events, and We’re Hiring

March 6, 2019     What’s New in Data       Opportunities in Using Cross Sector Data     Trinity College Liberal Arts Action Lab and CTData invite you to an exciting discussion about cross sector data on March 19th from 10-11:30 am. Please see more details and registration below. Join us for an interactive discussion about our recent data liberation project: Health in Hartford’s Neighborhoods. We used public secondary data on health and housing and found some compelling new…

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We’re Hiring

What: The Connecticut Data Collaborative (CTData) seeks an energetic person who loves data, believes in our mission, wants to grow our organization, and join our small team as the Assistant Director. The Position: The Assistant Director will work closely with the Executive Director to execute the mission of the organization. The Assistant Director will contribute to several areas of the Collaborative, including development, the CTData Academy, and our Census State Data Center work with the goal of building and supporting…

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The SEOW Prevention Data Portal Has Gotten a Makeover!

We’ve been hard at work, but it’s finally here! Thanks to the collaboration with our partners at the DMHAS Center for Prevention Evaluation and Statistics (CPES) at UConn Health, the SEOW Prevention Data Portal is better than ever! Read the statement from CPES below to hear more about these exciting additions. You can also see the changes for yourself here. The DMHAS Center for Prevention Evaluation and Statistics (CPES) at UConn Health and the Connecticut Data Collaborative are proud to unveil…

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February 2019 Newsletter: CT’s Complete Count Committee Announced, the Census is Hiring, Data Storytelling Rescheduled, and We Want Your Feedback!

  February 6, 2019   Follow us on Twitter and Facebook for the latest CTData news and events!     Notice Anything Different?     The new year is always a great opportunity for a fresh start, so we decided it was time for a makeover. Check out the Connecticut Data Collaborative’s new logo above!        Census Information Connecticut’s Complete Count Committee Announced       Lieutenant Governor Susan Bysiewicz (center) announced Connecticut’s Complete Count Committee at the State Capitol…

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CTData’s Michelle Riordan-Nold Appointed to Connecticut’s Complete Count Committee

We have some exciting news: Connecticut’s Lieutenant Governor Susan Bysiewicz has formed a Complete Count Committee for the state, and Connecticut Data Collaborative’s Executive Director Michelle Riordan-Nold will serve as a member! Lt. Governor Bysiewicz made the announcement on Monday at the State Capitol. She will chair the committee and has selected Secretary of the State Denise Merrill, State Representative Christopher Rosario of Bridgeport, and State Representative Pat Wilson Pheanious of Ashford as co-chairs. Lt. Governor Bysiewicz emphasized what’s at…

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