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Workshop – An Introduction to the US Census

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    Frank Donnelly

    I\’m teaching a workshop on understanding, finding, and accessing US Census data at the METRO NY Library Council on Wed March 20, 2019 from 9am-1pm. The workshop will be held at METRO\’s offices in Hell\’s Kitchen. There is a registration fee of $80 if you\’re not a member of METRO, but there\’s a reduced early-bird fee of $60 if you sign up by Feb 27th (for METRO members the fee is $40 / $30 for early-birds). You bring your own laptop, and drinks and snacks are provided.

    The workshop is oriented towards librarians who want to help researchers find and use census data. If you want to gain a fundamental understanding of what the census is and how it\’s structured, and you want to learn about different sources for accessing and downloading both profiles and tables, this would be a good session for you. It is *not* a GIS or data analysis workshop.

    Info about the session and a link to register is here:

    Best – Frank

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