• October 22, 2020

    10 am PT/11 am MT/12 pm CT/1 pm ET/2 pm AT (60 min.)

    This webinar will explore which measures are most appropriate  for small and medium cities to correctly illuminate and address any additional burdens on those communities regarding poverty, inequalities or health disparities. Registration: $20 general/ Free to CIC members  
  • Community Indicators Project Development Guide by Chantal Stevens, Madeleine deBlois, Ruth Hamberg and Joe Baldwin

    A comprehensive resource on how to start, implement, and sustain a community indicators project that will help create favorable conditions for a community to thrive. Individual sections cover:  developing a community indicators project; criteria for indicator selection; sourcing, analyzing, and interpreting data; data literacy; reporting; moving from data to action;  partnerships and collaboration;  communications; and, community engagement.
  • Community Quality-of-Life Indicators: Best Cases VII Meg Holden, Rhonda Phillips and Chantal Stevens, Editors

    This book is the seventh volume in a series covering best practices in community quality of life indicators. The case studies and analysis in this volume demonstrate how community indicators projects today operate within a need to amplify the voice of disadvantaged communities, seriously explore the increasing use of information technology, produce positive community change and sustain these efforts over time. The work presented here spans North American and Australian community work and demonstrates how the field of community indicators has undergone a rapid evolution in only a few decades. Today as in their original formulations, community indicators projects are designed to gauge the social, economic and physical health and well-being of communities.
  • Community Quality-of-Life Indicators: Best Cases VIII Ridzi, Frank, Stevens, Chantal, Davern, Melanie (Eds.)

    • Provides case studies reflecting approaches that use shared indicators to improve overall community well-being and quality of life
    • Includes a diverse array of initiatives and locations on the effects of community indicators on planning and community development
    • Provides examples of how citizen science has been used to develop new community indicators and apply these in practice
  • The 2020 Virtual Impact Summit will explore the role of community data in building and supporting resilience at the local level.  We will examine how we engage and empower; how we understand and address biases; whether we carefully consider the methods and processes we use; how effective our reporting is; and, whether we use data to help us understand not only what is, but also what is coming; how data can and do inform decision-making, support allocation of resources, and focus efforts to improve outcomes.
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    The 2020 Virtual Impact Summit explored the role of community data in building and supporting resilience at the local level.  We will examine how we engage and empower; how we understand and address biases; whether we carefully consider the methods and processes we use; how effective our reporting is; and, whether we use data to help us understand not only what is, but also what is coming; how data can and do inform decision-making, support allocation of resources, and focus efforts to improve outcomes.
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  • $75 individual membership + $75 tax-deductible donation to CIC. CIC is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.
  • The Indicator Community is a network of indicators and data professionals members like you, who use CIC to share valuable strategies, data and successes, leading to a more knowledgeable community and a stronger network of indicator projects. Because joining from outside the US entails additional costs, we now offer an international organization/institution membership for up to 5 members residing outside the US that offers the full benefits, including free registrations for events, a larger discount for conference registration, member-only communications, access to member-only resources on the website, etc.
  • Under a joint agreement with the International Society for Quality of Life Studies (ISQOLS), you can now become member to both organization with this add-on to your CIC membership, giving you access member benefits with both organizations.   Valid only with an accompanying CIC membership at any level.

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