What is the foundational basis for reliable data analysis? Why, high quality data, of course! Have you ever had challenges obtaining high quality data? Are you not sure how to tell whether your data is high quality or not? Not sure how to talk to your co-workers about data quality? Then you shouldn’t miss this session. Join Aaron Gunning, Database Implementation Manager at Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Greater Boston, for a discussion around getting your data to be all it can be. He will be sharing a few tools for monitoring and ensuring data quality and facilitating a discussion in which you, Boston’s Evaluation community can share your tips tricks and challenges related to this important and often ignored issue.
Please note: Unfortunately a call-in option is unavailable, we apologize for those unable to make it in-person! However, we will send the notes from the session in the August newsletter.
Location: 101 Merrimac St, Boston, 02114 in the 6th Floor Conference Room. Take the elevator to the 6th floor and take an immediate left and then another left at the end of the hallway. The conference room will be the last door on the left. Signs will be posted as well.
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