Month: April 2020

U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey: Datasets, Resources, and Use Cases

Please consider joining us on DRIVE/ 2020 Day 2 (Friday, May 29, 2020) for the following session on using the new U.S. Census Bureau’s APIs to access the latest ACS data sets:

The U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey: Datasets, Resources, and Use Cases

Discover how free statistics and data tools from the U.S. Census Bureau are foundational for your institution’s next data-driven decision. This session provides an overview and demonstration of the American Community Survey (ACS), the nation’s most current, reliable, and accessible data source for local statistics. You can use the ACS to understand the demographics of the population or learn more about neighborhoods where alumni live. View a demonstration on tools that can be used to access ACS data and a current ACS data user discusses how ACS data helps them make data-driven decisions.

Rodger Devine, Associate Dean of External Affairs for Strategy and Innovation, University of Southern California – Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences; Amanda Klimek, Survey Statistician, ACSO Outreach and Education Branch, U.S. Census Bureau; Michael Pawlus, Data Scientist, The Ohio State University

DRIVE/Cast 2020


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Results— producing outcomes while ensuring data security and privacy through
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Value— to those in the data field and leaders using data via
Education— offered year-round with evolving curriculum and innovative learning experiences

Offered for the first time, DRIVE/Cast Livestream gives you the chance to experience all the great data and analytics content in the comfort of your own office or home. With dynamic key sessions, informative breakouts, and an interactive chat platform, this virtual program is your opportunity to be in the fast-lane to explore all things data.

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