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Helping the Public Complete the 2020 Census: What Front-Line Staff Need to Know

When:  
Tuesday, February 18, 2020 (1:30 PM - 3:00 PM) Export to vCalendar
Where:   Zoom (Web Conference/Webinar)

The 2020 Census begins soon, and libraries have been called upon to facilitate a complete and correct count. This webinar aims to answer remaining questions and give your staff the confidence they need to assist the public.
 
Qs beyond the FAQ
We have 101 questions about the 9-question 2020 Census form, and suspect you do, too. Shelia Hill, Partnership Specialist from the U.S. Census Bureau helps clear the fog.

Legal considerations
What laws surround the Census? Am I legally required to respond? What laws protect personal Census data? Do libraries or staff face any risks by assisting? Attorney Britton Islay from Ansel Glink provides assurance from a legal perspective.

Pre-webinar recommended reading:
Make the most of this webinar by familiarizing yourself with the paper and online forms ahead of time and identifying the questions you have.
o Sample copy of the paper questionnaire
o Video walkthrough of the online form
Panelists
o Catherine Savage, Head of Communications, Vernon Area Public Library
o Britton Isaly, Partner, Ancel Glink
o Erika H. Becker-Medina, Chief, Decennial Communications Coordination Office, U.S. Census Bureau

Type:   Program

Categories: Advocacy


This event is sponsored by Reaching Across Illinois Library System.


Questions? Please contact Diana Rusch.

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