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Newsletter of the NN/LM Southeastern/Atlantic Region

Webinar: Data Dashboards: Monitoring Progress toward Program Outcomes

Date: Monday, December 17, 2012
Time: 3:00-4:00 pm ET/2:00-3:00 pm CT/1:00-2:00 pm – MT/noon-1:00 pm PT
Host: NN/LM Outreach Evaluation Resource Center

***Due to popular demand, the OERC has added a second session of this webinar.  The Data
Dashboard session scheduled for 1 pm ET on 12/17 is full, so please consider attending this one if you tried to register for the earlier webinar and got a message that it was closed.***

We use auto dashboards to monitor travel progress and watch for early signs of car trouble. Similarly, data dashboards provide information about program progress and problems. Data dashboards also serve as a communication tool for program stakeholders, providing them with “at-a-glance” updates on your project.

If you want to learn more about data dashboards, you are invited to attend the NN/LM Outreach Evaluation Resource Center’s presentation “Data Dashboards: Monitoring Progress toward Program Outcomes.”  Cindy Olney and Dave Tolmie will present several examples of data dashboards, focusing on how they can enhance decision-making for different types of users. The webinar will also demonstrate how free Google Docs applications can be used to create a simple data dashboard for your blog or website. (This webinar has been approved for CE credit from the Medical Library Association.)

Registration is required. If you are interested in attending, please complete this short registration form at http://bit.ly/db20121217.  About one week before the session, you will receive instructions for how to attend the webinar. (Space is limited.)

Hope you can join us! If you have questions, or if you do not receive webinar instructions by December 12, please contact Cindy Olney at the OERC at olneyc@uw.edu or 678-682-3864.

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