Create a data dashboard for action: A hands-on workshop
Build a visual data dashboard that easily tells the story of the community wellbeing from the county to the neighborhood level.
Join this bilingual training and learn to easily create a dashboard of hand-picked data indicators grouped by specific measures that track or gauge progress or status on county-level wellbeing goals and programs.
Dashboards are panels of hand-picked indicators, which are often grouped by a general topic such as Mental Health, Food Insecurity, etc. Indicator dashboards track or gauge specific measures on the county’s progress or status on a topic and can be powerful tools to tell a story of needs, gaps, strengths and opportunities.
Join Sarah Adler, DSSCC assistant, Nicole Lezin and Nicole Young of CORE Investments and Jason Borgen of Santa Cruz County Office of Education in this hands-on training.
Training is aimed at an audience with some knowledge and understanding in leveraging data. Training participants will walk away from the training with a basic dashboard which can be embedded in a website, reports, fact sheets and presentations.
To learn more, see this tutorial on building dashboards.
About DataShare Santa Cruz County (DSSCC):
Since 2019, DSSCC has been the central hub of information with the most up-to-date data and reports with over 350 community indicators displaying wellbeing strengths and gaps across our region.
A key tool in targeting the root causes of social and economic inequities across Santa Cruz County, the metrics and tools available on DSSCC inform a deeper understanding of our community in order to create, track and sustain effective solutions to shared challenges, advocate for equitable distribution of resources, and measure progress on county-wide goals. DSSCC platform fills an important gap for a “one-stop shop” for high-integrity local, regional, national data on key issues.
DSSCC is a collaborative project of the Pajaro Valley Health Trust, United Way of Santa Cruz County, Santa Cruz County Office of Education and Santa Cruz Health Services Agency. The collaborative is overseen by a 20 member Steering Committee consisting of public and non-profit agency representatives and UCSC. To learn more visit www.datasharesc.org