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  • Where are the areas that have the highest percentage of people without health insurance?
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    • 1. Information+action for social change
      Statewide Partnership Meeting
      May 26, 2010
    • 2. Introductions…
      • Name
      • 3. Organization
      • 4. Where are you physically?
      • 5. How are you feeling about participating on the call (Scale of 1 to 10)
    • Agenda…
      • Statewide Partners & Healthy City Work Together
      • 6. Implementation of HC.org Statewide
      • 7. Visiting HC.org Indicator Data Taxonomy
      • 8. Wrap up/Next Steps
    • Our Work Together…
      Purpose
      • Key Allies
      • 9. Mutually Beneficial & Supportive of Organizational Goals
      Expectations
      • Participate in quarterly and any ad-hoc meetings
      • 10. Promote HC as a resource and ensure HC responsive to user needs in the field
      • 11. Explore potential projects and initiatives together
    • Implementation of HC.org Statewide…
      Since Launch!
    • New Functionality ~ Advanced Features…
      Rank areas based on a particular characteristic
      Upload your own Point & Thematic Datasets
      Draw your own neighborhood boundaries
      Create Projects (with Pictures, Video & Audio)
      Share and Search Projects & Groups Statewide
    • 17. Rank areas based on a particular characteristic
    • 18. Upload your own Point OR Thematic Datasets
    • 19. Upload up to
      1000 points
    • 20. Upload your own
      Thematic Datasets
    • 21. Draw your own neighborhood boundaries
    • 22. Create Projects (with Pictures, Video & Audio)
    • 23. Click to read more &
      watch the video
    • 24.
    • 25. Share and Search Projects & Groups Statewide
      Look for more
      updates & refinements
      in June
    • 26. Data Updates…
    • Healthy City Outreach
      Communications
      Presentations
      Trainings
    • 29. Communications
      Goal
      • Increased visibility & knowledge of resource
      Site Links
      E-Blast
      Word of Mouth
      List-Serves
      Facebook/Twitter
      Homepage News
      Tools
      • Brand Standards & Language tools
      • 30. Press Release
      Newsletters
    • 31.
    • 32.
    • 33.
    • 34.
    • 35.
    • 36.
    • 37. Presentations
      Goal
      • Increased accessibility of resource
      • 38. Awareness of additional training opportunities
      Organizations
      Conferences
      Collaboratives
      Coalitions/Networks
      In-person
      Tools
      • Sample Presentation PowerPoint
      • 39. (HC staff also available)
      Webinar Demos
    • 40. Trainings
      Goal
      • In-depth understanding
      • 41. Comprehensive utilization of website to support community change
      Hands-on
      Community
      In-person
      Interactive Webinars
      Tools
      • Training Modules – Introductory & Advanced
      • 42. Evaluation Measures
      Tutorials & User Guides
      Regional
      Customized Training Webinars
    • 43. Customized Webinars
      Public Health
      Child welfare
      Education
      Community Planning & Development
      Government & Civic Engagement
    • 44. Helping to Promote the
      Public Health
      Webinar
    • Regional Partnerships…
      Established
      • Greater Sacramento
      • 48. Bay Area
      2010 Targets
      • Central Valley
      • 49. San Diego/Imperial Region
    • The Healthy City Data Taxonomy
    • 50. Taxonomy History & Today
      Variables added
      HC Website Version
      1.0
      3.0
      4.0
      2.0 & 2.0 Plus
      As more data was added, the partnership (United Way of LA, USC School of Social Work, Children’s Hospital LA, 211 LA County) developed the first taxonomy.
      Additional data was added to the taxonomy. Some new categories were created.
      Data more than double in size, and a review and update of our taxonomy is needed.
      Original website had less than ten subcategories of data, so users could easily view all of them.
      Data Taxonomy
      We receive continuous requests to modify portions of the data taxonomy, so that data is both easier to locate and grouped with similar data.
      Our data holdings branch out into new issue areas in which we lack formal experience (ex. environmental issues).
    • 51. Our goals and the Statewide Partnership
      We hope to implement a process where issue area experts, users and staff can collaborate to determine that best way to organize our data, so that it is accessible and intuitive. We hope this group can review and make decisions on requests to modify the taxonomy, and can determine where new data should fit in the taxonomy.
      STEP 2
      Statewide Partner issue area experts review the request and recommend courses of action (ex. where to add to/change taxonomy, or no change needed).
      STEP 1
      Users make a request for a taxonomy change, or a new dataset needs to be added to the taxonomy.
      Healthy City Staff
      Statewide Partners
      Request
      STEP 3
      STEP 4
      Healthy City staff test Statewide Partner recommendations with users.
      Healthy City staff implement user-approved Statewide Partner recommendations.
      Healthy City Users
    • 52. Homework : Evaluate the location of Data Categories within Targets
      We will be “card sorting” Healthy City data categories within targets, to evaluate their placement in the taxonomy. We will send you a link to the study that we have set up. Click on the link and drag and drop categories to targets to complete. You can create new targets for categories by dragging a category to an empty place in the center; you can also rename targets by clicking on their titles. Refer to the HealthyCity.org taxonomy for data details.
      When you click on the link, your study will look like this.
      Ex. I dragged and dropped Civic Participation onto a blank part of the center, and named the target “Community Life.”
      Ex. I dragged and dropped Population Characteristics under Demographic.
    • 53. Questions to Consider…
      Process?
      • How does this process seem?
      • 54. Do you have any suggestions to make it better?
      Experience?
      • What has been your experience with the taxonomy?
      • 55. Have you found data you’ve been looking for?
      • 56. Were there any datasets you feel are misplaced?
    • Wrap-Up/Next Steps…
      Future Meeting Dates
      • August & November
      • 57. Look for Time Bridge Notice
      Data Taxonomy
      • Card Sorting – Complete by June 2nd!
      THANK YOU!

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