Data Literacy Basics: From the Right Questions to the Right Actions

Starting

October 25, 2022

Start Time

1:00 pm

End Time

4:30 pm

Location

Virtual

Event Type

Nonprofit University

Registration Details

Members: $95
Non-Members: $120

Overview

Data can be daunting, but it’s essential for advancing equity in our communities, understanding the effectiveness of programs, and making sense of how our world works. 

In this interactive workshop, we will work through the four steps involved in deepening your impact using data, including how to decide which data to use, where to find it, and how to put it to work. 

This course will be most effective when you bring a current idea or challenge you are having regarding data. To that end, prior to the start of the class, you will receive additional information to prepare.

Join Lysa Moore from Neighborhood Nexus, Metro Atlanta’s go-to source for equity-focused data tools and expertise, for an engaging, practical working session that will take your data IQ to the next level.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Ask specific, measurable questions to inform your work.
  • Find and use appropriate data to answer your organizational and programmatic questions.
  • Define your audience and tell a compelling story that inspires them to action.

Audience

  • Senior leadership, department heads, and program managers
  • Staff responsible for communicating data

 

Facilitator(s)

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Lysa Moore

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