The Go Goldfields 2020 Data Pack, made up of four Data Dashboards plus context information, is here. We are proud to develop this important resource for our local community, while also contributing to an international data-focused community who elevate data literacy to create social change.
Our partnership group members have participated in, and guided, a significant data dashboard review over the past eight months. Establishing learning and measurement systems that enable our collaborators to design activities that contribute to the shared goals of each of the impact areas is seen as essential to achieving our long term aspiration of; ‘Our community aspiring and achieving to live a full life’.
View and share the 2020 Data Pack here.
This process has instigated capacity building in local organisations and the development of shared systems and tools for data collection.
Establishing learning and measurement systems that enable our collaborators to design activities that contribute to the shared goals of each of the impact areas is seen as essential to achieving our long term aspiration goal.
We thank everyone who has participated in the significant eight-month review. The team members from our data consultant partners Clear Horizon collaborated tirelessly and tenaciously to research and resolve indicator setting priorities and data gaps.
We applaud the efforts of our newly developed and renewed Data Partners and Champions including; Central Goldfields Shire Council – Community Wellbeing (including the Goldfields Family Centre and the Maryborough Regional Library), Community Partnerships and Economic Development Directorates, also The Committee of Maryborough, Maryborough Education Centre (MEC), YMCA Kindergarten Cluster, Department of Education and Training (DET), the Maryborough District Health Service (MDHS), Best Start, and Victoria Police for their commitment to the sustainability of this undertaking.
Pictured – Data Party participants 2019 (left to right, back to front) David Sutton (MEC), Kerry Donaldson (YSAS), Jen Riley (Clear Horizon), Adam Peaston (Seer Data & Analytics), Sandra Hamilton (Go Goldfields), Maree Elliott (and little Elliott), Leanne Duggan, Jacqueline Carter (School Focused Youth Service, COWBAW Health).