Presentations and webinars

Slidedeck: ORGANIZING for a Complete Count

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New from Minnesota State Demographic Center
Slidedeck: ORGANIZING for a Complete Count
The Census creates valuable data. Make sure your elected leaders know how your community has grown (or declined) since the last census.
Find it here: https://sdcclearinghouse.files.wordpress.com/2018/02/ccc-ppt-1-31-18.pdf

What is the Census Planning Database? webinar

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What is the Census Planning Database? webinar
The Census Planning Database pulls together small area population and socioeconomic variables relevant to public outreach and engagement. It’s available as a data file and an API. Census Bureau is developing a ROAM app for mapped presentations of the data. Webinar from January 17, 2018.
Find it here: http://dlvr.it/QBm7Hw

Preparing for Local Update of Census Addresses webinar

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The State Data Center Program hosted a webinar, November 29, 2017, on preparing for Local Update of Census Addresses (LUCA), from the viewpoint of state and local governments participating in the review.

This webinar provides an overview of the LUCA process, followed by information on identifying and preparing local address sources, using the block level housing unit counts available from Census, and tools to assist with local address file development.

The presenters are Robert Scardamalia and Dale Miller. Robert Scardamalia served as New York’s Chief Demographer for over 20 years, and was a member of the SDC Steering Committee ahead of the 2000 an 2010 Censuses. Dale Miller is the Principal Planner with the Herkimer and Oneida Counties (New York) Planning Program. He has been involved with each census since 1990, and participated in his region’s LUCA review in 2000 and 2010.

The complete slidedeck from November 29 can be downloaded as a PowerPoint file.

Acknowledgements: The SDC Steering Committee thanks Robert Scardamalia and Dale Miller for delivering this presentation; Census Bureau for hosting the live webinar; and Minnesota State Demographic Center for repackaging this webinar as YouTube videos.

This webinar is the second in a series of Plan to Plan for 2020 webinars organized by the SDC Steering Committee and hosted by the SDC Program.

Utah State and County Population Projections Research Brief: 2015-2065

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Utah State and County Population Projections Research Brief: 2015-2065
The Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute has produced long-term demographic and economic projections for the state of Utah and its counties. These 50-year projections extend from 2015 to 2065, and illustrate continued population growth and a range of future dynamics and structural shifts for Utah.
Find it here: http://gardner.utah.edu/wp-content/uploads/Projections-Brief-Final.pdf

Presentation on State Data Centers

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Presentation on State Data Centers
The SDC network disseminates Census data and provides guidance, tools, technology, and expertise to local stakeholders. Data Dissemination is What We Do. Presented to ACS Data Users Conference, May 2017.
Find it here: https://sdcclearinghouse.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/greggbell_acsdug_may2017.pptx

The Changing and Complex Population of Texas

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The Changing and Complex Population of Texas
Presentation slidedeck. Presented to Texas Leadership Forum 2017.
Find it here: http://demographics.texas.gov/Resources/Presentations/OSD/2017/2017_02_03_TexasLeadershipForum2017ShepperdInstitute.pdf

Plan to Plan for the 2020 Census: Part 1 webinar

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Plan to Plan for the 2020 Census: Part 1 webinar
The “Plan to Plan” webinar series will provide sessions on specific 2020 Census programs and operations. Numerous state-based partners are involved, and the series will discuss the possible roles of SDCs and their state networks. Webinar from December 13, 2016.
Find it here: https://census.webex.com/census/ldr.php?RCID=6bc0d001423c92205eee344eae2bbdee