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Local Employment Dynamics Partnership Webinar: OnTheMap Version 6 and Beyond
Wednesday, April 18, 2012 from 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM (EDT)
The U.S. Census Bureau and Local Employment Dynamics (LED) Partnership Steering Committee are pleased to invite you to attend the first webinar of the year in our monthly webinar series - "OnTheMap Version 6 and Beyond."
Our presenter will be Mathew Graham, Lead Geographer of OnTheMap, from the U.S. Census Bureau, who will be following up on the presentation on this same topic that he gave at the 2012 LED Workshop in March. This webinar is recommended for users at all experience levels.
Can't make this webinar? Webinars will now be held on the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 1:30-2:30 pm. Eastern Time. Save the date, and stay tuned for a list of future topics.
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In this webinar, "OnTheMap Version 6 and Beyond" learn a number of exciting features that allow users to dig deeper into the data. Some of the most important changes and improvements include OnTheMap’s new URL, application speed, and new charting and mapping capabilities. A question and answer session will follow the presentations.
This webinar is limited to 200 registrants.
Matthew Graham has been a geographer and researcher with the Longitudinal Employer-Household Dynamics (LEHD) program at the U.S. Census Bureau for over six years and currently is the project manager for the OnTheMap application. He received his Master's degree in Urban Planning from the University of California, Los Angeles, where he conducted and published research on GIS, economic development, and public health. Mr. Graham also has degrees in Physics and Mechanical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and taught physics in the East African country of Tanzania as a Peace Corps Volunteer.