On Wednesday, July 20th, 2011, Mississippi State University Libraries, in conjunction with the Bureau of the Census, Dallas Regional Office, presented "Demystifying Census Resources: A Practical Overview of What's There and How to Use It."
This free-of-charge half-day workshop, led by Paula Wright, Partnership Information Specialist from the Census' Dallas Regional office, covered the 2010 Census and the new American FactFinder2 website. This session, which provided hands-on exercises in locating and using the census data, began at 8:30 a.m. in Mitchell Memorial Library's ELI & Giles electronic classrooms and ended at noon.
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