Community Information Now

turning data into information Texas communities can use to improve our common well-being

Category: Newsletters

Newsletter: NNIP partner meeting, ARDA updates, Data Concepts Made Simple, and Board news

CI:Now’s October 2017 newsletter includes the Fall 2017 NNIP partner meeting, Alamo Regional Data Alliance partnership information and Steering Committee election results, a new installment of Data Concepts Made Simple, and news from our Board of Directors.

Newsletter: Viz-a-lyzer launch, Alamo Regional Data Alliance elections, applying a place lens

CI:Now’s September 2017 newsletter includes the launch of our new Viz-a-lyzer interactive data visualization tool, Alamo Regional Data Alliance Steering Committee elections, a preview of an interactive scatterplot tool to look at issues by zip code, and a profile of team member Laura McKieran.

Newsletter: new 501(c)(3) nonprofit structure, launch, gains in voter registration and municipal election turnout

CI:Now’s August 2017 newsletter includes announcements of our new 501(c)(3) nonprofit structure and the Alamo Regional Data Alliance’s website launch, highlights of gains in voter registration and municipal election voter turnout, and a profile of team member Courtney Denton.

Newsletter: Alamo Regional Data Alliance, new ReadyKidSA Scorecard, racial diversity

CI:Now’s May 2017 newsletter announces the new Alamo Regional Data Alliance (ARDA), highlights our data support to the ReadyKidSA Coalition, showcases PolicyLink’s racial diversity data for San Antonio zip code tract areas, and introduces team member Norma Garza.

Newsletter: Community health assessment, EastPoint, SA2020, and more

CI:Now’s August 2016 newsletter includes the health assessment; our work with Promise, Choice, and other EastPoint initiatives; and SA2020; and a new “Meet the Staff” section.


Newsletter: New child data dashboard, plus Civic Tech & Data

CI:Now’s October 2015 newsletter includes the launch of the new United Children’s Issue Council child data dashboard and San Antonio’s selection as a Learning City in the Civic Tech & Data Collaborative.