2017 CTData Days: Equip, Synthesize, and Mobilize with data

when

March 24, 2017

8:30 a.m. to noon

where

The Lyceum in Hartford

This year we are holding 3 half-day conferences. 
The theme for the series is: 'Equip, Synthesize, and Mobilize with Data.' 
Please join us March 24th for the first in this three part series.  



Conference Schedule

9 a.m. - 10 a.m.

Data Tools for Data Wonks

We are equipping you with a sample of data tools you may not know about or have heard about and what know more. Here's a sample of what will be demonstrated: Tableau, R, Leaflet, and Canva. 

  • Steve Batt , University of Connecticut
  • Sasha Cuerda , CT Data Collaborative
  • Jenna Daly , CT Data Collaborative
  • Jack Dougherty , Trinity College
  • Elizabeth Grim , Yale Consultation Center
10 a.m. - 11 a.m.

Demystifying Data Sources

Get equipped with data sources you may or may not know about. Learn more about: U.S. Census American Community Survey, CT Consumer Confidence Survey, P20WIN, Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Survey (BRFSS), and OPM Municipal Fiscal Indicators.

  • Steve Batt , University of Connecticut
  • Alissa DeJonge , InformCT
  • Jan Kiehne , Board of Regents
  • Carol Stone , Department of Public Health
  • Michelle Riordan-Nold , CT Data Collaborative
11 a.m. - noon

Data Mind Meld: How Open Data Can Impact Well-being

Nationally, open data has helped solved pressing policy issues or provided valuable information for consumers. Learn about a few examples nationally; help solve a local issue; and join in a discussion on moving Connecticut towards a mature open data framework. 

  • Sasha Cuerda , CT Data Collaborative
  • Kevin Kenzenkovic , Generations Family Health Center
  • Tyler Kleykamp , State of CT, Office of Policy and Management
  • Michelle Riordan-Nold , CT Data Collaborative