AURIN Outreach Update: Quarter 1, 2019

Fresh from workshops for the City of Casey and the City of Whittlesea, the AURIN Outreach Team have curated a jam-packed program of workshops in South East Queensland in April and May. For researchers in that area there are still a few spots left at our TAFE Queensland Toowoomba Workshops. We will also be holding workshops in the Gold Coast and at the Griffith University Logan Campus on the 13th and 14th of May, respectively: you can register your attendance for those workshops here and here

Participants in an AURIN workshop will learn how to explore the extensive data and tools, learning how to use the AURIN Workbench to extract information about Australian cities.

Using the visualisation and analytical tools contained within the AURIN Workbench, participants can mould this information into visible and shareable knowledge. Until now, much of this information has remained behind closed doors. AURIN enables access to this data for policy decision makers and planning professionals across all urban fields, letting users discover and mash-up data, information and knowledge.

Participants can undertake comparative analyses to study health data, analyse revealing socio-economic information, investigate walkability of neighbourhoods and more. Familiarity with these metrics is essential to understanding patterns of urban development and to best inform smart urban growth for a sustainable future.

To view all of our upcoming workshops click here:

https://aurin.org.au/aurin-upcoming-events/

You can also request an AURIN Training workshop here, or contact the AURIN Outreach Team: