Quarterly Customer Webinars
Please join us and other mySidewalk customers for a quarterly discussion on various topics, trends and updates regarding Seek, Chart, Press and WhereHouse products. Please check back for details on the next quarterly customer webinar that will take place in June 2022.
Please join us for an upcoming conversation with our partners at the National League of Cities. The monthly series begins in February and runs through July.
Thursday, May 26th, from 1 p.m. to 1:45 p.m. CT
Do you know how to assess, identify and prioritize public safety needs in your community? With community data, it's easy for changemakers, city leaders and elected officials to take an equitable approach to public safety. Learn how first responders, EMS, and other public safety leaders can use CRAIG 1300 alongside community data to reduce risk and increase public safety in your neighborhood. Chief William Broscious of the Columbia Fire Department will speak.
Please register for How to Use Community Data to Prioritize Public Safety Needs here.
Upcoming NLC Webinars:
How to Gain A Better View of Risk with People & Property Data
Thursday, June 23, from 1 p.m. to 1:45 p.m. CT
How to Target Workforce Development to Build Paths to Success
Thursday, July 28, from 1 p.m. to 1:45 p.m. CT
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A New Era for Public Health: How to Leverage Community Data for COVID-19 Response
The COVID-19 pandemic revealed globally entrenched inequities that the field of Public Health has been battling for decades. This webinar spotlights two health agencies and the innovative ways they harnessed community data to respond to the pandemic, leveraging both qualitative data and powerful personal stories. The conversation will also highlight opportunities for city-county collaboration and the challenges of intergovernmental decision-making.
How to Use Community Data for American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) & Grant Targeting
Grant writing season is here and targeting is underway! As your city works to invest in your community’s greatest needs, finding accurate information that can guide people to decisions together is key. Today, Hilary Browning shares how Seek helps her and city leadership decide where to invest $138 million in ARPA funds for the City of Dayton, Ohio.
Data-Driven Insights to Drive Social Determinants of Health Impacts
Blue Shield of California (BSC) leverages data-driven insights to help communities address the social determinants of health and decrease health inequities. A great example of this work is the “Neighborhood Health Dashboard,” an online tool that BSC, in partnership with mySidewalk, has made free and for public use, to provide support to better understand the micro, mesa, and macro level influences of health in neighborhoods.
How to Assess Affordable Housing Needs with Community Data
Solving for affordable housing now is vital for generations to come. How should you invest? Where are the highest needs? Learn how your town or city can use the National League of Cities' latest data tool, Seek Cities, to inform and communicate about critical decisions on housing programs, investments, and the impacts of housing stability in your community.
How to Reduce Racial Disparities in Healthcare: Building True Cultural Competency
The panel addresses how to leverage social determinants to drive more empathy and better outcomes and takes audience questions. Each roundtable expert shares strategies and best practices on how the adoption of SDOH initiatives can be a pathway to bridging the long-standing racial disparities gap in healthcare. This webinar is hosted by Shared Purpose Connect.
Possibilities with Property Data and How to Use Indicators Effectively
With more than 750 new indicators that measure attributes of property, taxes, and the built environment, there are an additional 2 billion data points right at your fingertips! Learn how to explore timely, neighborhood-level information about real estate, land use, property values, taxes and so much more to make the best decisions for your community.
Fire Data Analytics: It Doesn’t Have to Be So Hard
If you're like most fire leaders, you know how important it is to have the right fire data analytics. This webinar covers a simple guide to improving the analysis, presentation, and application of your data. Join us as Sara Wood, Director of Fire Solutions with mySidewalk, explains how to start where you are with your fire data. You'll also get insights into the most successful strategies from industry analysis, from mySidewalk's Chief Technology Officer, Matt Barr.
Public Health Storytelling: Adapt CHIPs & CHAs for Change
In this webinar, join Dr. Sarah Martin and Kate Mallula from the mySidewalk Health team as they discuss ways that Community Health Assessments (CHAs) and Community Health Improvement Plans (CHIPs) can be revitalized and relaunched for our new reality. With a few simple shifts in language, CHIPs and CHAs can truly democratize data and empower communities to advocate for real, long-lasting change.
Calculating Effective Response Force Total Time
Learn how to calculate a complex, but essential, data point to manage your fire team’s performance: Effective Response Force Total Time. In this webinar, Sara Wood, our resident fire expert, explains the importance of ERF and teaches you how to calculate it.
City Hall in Your Living Room
Listen to three local government leaders across technology and health share their experiences adapting to shifting needs. Our panelists cover a range of topics such as making remote work transitions, handling communications, planning, and how to keep moving forward with new challenges. Read our blog post covering 5 key takeaways from the conversation.
Getting Eyes on Your Community Story: An Interview with Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department
How do you get people to care about your Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP)? How do you get people to not only see the data—but get involved? In this webinar, Dr. Sarah Martin sat down with our friends from the Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department to learn how they have used their CHIP dashboard to make a difference in their community.
Designing for Accessibility
This webinar focuses on why you should make your dashboard accessible and how you can make it look good, communicate your message, and provide optimal accessibility for those in your community who may be visually impaired. Just like we can't imagine a government building not having wheelchair accessibility, we believe everyone should have equal access to the information we share publicly through our dashboards.
Becoming Indispensable: Public Health Agencies as Chief Data Storytellers
In this webinar, we explore best practices for crafting effective messages on social and economic policy using the experiences of our public health partners. We also explore how the mySidewalk template library can save time when a health department is asked for analysis on housing, economic development, transportation or education.