The Show-Me-Select project provides a database and web interface to better track information on production and sales for producers involved in the Show-Me-Select Heifer program. The protected website allows for data entry, reporting, and temporal tracking of sales data. CARES manages the site to allow data entry and extraction by Extension staff for the use of producers, veterinarians, and specialists in Missouri.
Redesign the Lincoln Home site.
The aim of this project is to provide a robust and engaging online community where Community Health Workers of Missouri can share resources, make recommendations, and access professional development resources. CARES provides web development, data access, and tools to help Community Health Workers across the state better serve their communities.
The Vocational Rehabilitation Hub facilitates the recordkeeping of Pre-Employment Transition services provided by trained educational specialists throughout the state of Missouri. Services fall into one of the following categories: Job Exploration, Work-based Learning, Post-secondary Counseling, Workplace Readiness and Self Advocacy. Using the Hub, Specialists record service(s) provided to individual students on a daily basis. Services are aggregated and sent to the state Vocational Rehabilitation office every month to support their federal reporting mandate.
The Kentucky Vocational Rehabilitation Hub supports ETS specialists (employment transition services) in entering data and reporting about students’ use of services. These data are aggregated to meet federal reporting requirements and used by staff at the Kentucky Career Center. Data are stored in secure databases due to sensitive information.
ExploreMOHealth was launched in 2018 with support from the Missouri Hospital Association and the Health Indicators Data Institute (HIDI). ExploreMOHealth provides zip-code level rankings across major health behaviors and health outcomes in the state.
ExploreTNHealth was launched in 2019 in partnership with the Missouri Hospital Association. ExploreTNHealth provides zip-code level rankings across major health behaviors and health outcomes in the state.
All Things Missouri, launched in 2018, has become a central data and mapping resource for people across the state working to resolve issues related to the four major University of Missouri Extension impact areas: Agriculture & Environment, Business & Community, Health & Safety, and Youth & Family.
Health in Appalachia Hub, sponsored by the Appalachian Regional Commission and launched in 2018, is designed to help identify economic and health issues in the Appalachian area. The Hub features compelling “Bright Spot” case studies, and maps on health outcomes and health factors (9 domains and 41 indicators).