Module 2B: Create and Use Client Data

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There are a number of ways to collect data on your clients, your agency, your programs and your communities. If you are interested in exploring these options, this course will help you learn about the strengths and weaknesses of each choice.

Module 1A: Frame the Problem

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Before you can begin using data to inform decisions, identify what you are trying to accomplish and determine how data can help you get there. This will determine what kind of data you need.

Module 2E: Avoid Data Pitfalls

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Data is most powerful when you understand its limits. This module will give you the knowledge to think critically about data, making you aware of what can cause noise in data and how to use data effectively despite these limitations.

Module 4A: Tell Stories with Data

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After you have gained insight from data, you need to persuasively communicate what you have learned. This module will give you the skills to put your analysis in the context of a compelling narrative and to build your argument logically and convincingly.

Module 1A: Frame the Problem

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Before you can begin using data to inform decisions, identify what you are trying to accomplish and determine how data can help you get there. This will determine what kind of data you need.

Module 2A: Find Existing Data

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Now that you know what you want to accomplish with data, you can use that as a framework for choosing the right dataset. We cover the strengths, weaknesses, and costs of readily available data sets, including SAVI, so you have the information you need to locate the data that’s right for you.

Module 2C: Create and Use Survey Data

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Your agency’s data can provide insight on your clients, your community, and your programs. In this module you will learn how to use that data to its full potential.

Module 2E: Avoid Data Pitfalls

Online IN

Data is most powerful when you understand its limits. This module will give you the knowledge to think critically about data, making you aware of what can cause noise in data and how to use data effectively despite these limitations.

Module 1A: Frame the Problem

Online IN

Before you can begin using data to inform decisions, identify what you are trying to accomplish and determine how data can help you get there. This will determine what kind of data you need.

Module 1A: Frame the Problem

Online IN

Before you can begin using data to inform decisions, identify what you are trying to accomplish and determine how data can help you get there. This will determine what kind of data you need.