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Transform Your Work with Data-Driven Discovery Strategies Beginning October 7, 2020—Register Today!

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Transform Your Work with Data-Driven Discovery Strategies Beginning October 7, 2020—Register Today!

THE PROCESS:

COMMUNITY LEARNING THROUGH DATA DRIVEN DISCOVERY

October 7, 2020 @ 11:00 AM PST
Dr. Sallie Keller, University of Virginia & Dr. Mike Lambur, Virginia Cooperative Extension

The framework and process you need to engage community stakeholders to identify issues and support data discovery in your community and programs. Register now.

Session one of a six-part webinar series that has been developed for you, the Extension professional.  This series features leaders and researchers from Virginia, Iowa, and Oregon who can help you transform your work with tools to maximize your time, develop responsive programs using data insights, and foster impact in collaboration with communities.  The webinar series has been made possible with support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.  Please make plans to join us for as many sessions as your schedule allows.  You will need to register for each session to receive a calendar invite and zoom link.  For more information and to register, please visit the following website.  

A partnership of five universities—the University of Virginia, Virginia Tech, Virginia State University, Iowa State University, and Oregon State University—this is a pilot initiative that utilizes data science to unravel complex, community challenges and advance economic mobility across Virginia, Iowa, and Oregon with interest in scaling the effort across the United States and American Territories.

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