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Thank you for your interest in Census Bureau webinars. Effectively immediately, training offerings listed below no longer require you to register beforehand! If you are interested in participating in one of our offerings, log-in details will be available here no later than 24 hours before the event.
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Please note: Attendance to the webinars is on a first-come-first-serve basis until the capacity is reached. If you are interested in a webinar we recommend that you join 10 minutes in advance of the posted start time to ensure entrance. If you were not able to attend, please access our Training Resource Library page where we post recordings of all available webinars for you to view at your convenience. Thank you.
Description: This webinar will be focused on understanding how the Census Bureau provides manufacturing data to the public, and more specifically, how Economic Indicators such as M3 disseminate data. After viewing this webinar, the audience will gain a richer understanding on the importance of manufacturing data on measuring the economy.
Time: 2pm-3pm ET
Log-in link: https://census.webex.com/census/j.php?ED=288323722&UID=498707907&RT=MiMxMQ%3D%3D
Dial-in info: 1-877-917-6901
Description: This webinar will help data users in the search and navigation of the Census website, and in locating data on income and poverty. We will touch upon some data examples through visuals, show you the actual data tools to locate and access the data, and how this data could be used. Some familiarity with Census Bureau data would be helpful before viewing this webinar.
Time: 1pm-2pm ET
Description: Learn more about the latest American Community Survey (ACS) 5-year data release. This webinar will cover background information about the ACS, changes for this release, and where to find new data release information on the ACS website. In addition, this is the first time block group level statistics for the ACS are available on American FactFinder, and we will demonstrate how to access tables for this level of geography.
Time: 1pm-2pm ET
Description: This webinar will help data users in the search and navigation of the Census website, and in locating data on women-owned businesses. We will touch upon some data examples through visuals, show you the actual data tools to locate and access the data, and how this data could be used. Some familiarity with Census Bureau data would be helpful before viewing this webinar.
Time: 1pm-2pm ET