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Thursday, September 28 • 2:25pm - 3:25pm
Transitioning from Paper to Digital Data Collection for Non-Techies: An Introduction

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Digital data collection platforms enable you to collect richer, higher-quality data than paper-and-pencil methods, often more cheaply. However, many projects in global development continue to use paper-based methods or outsource digital instrument development under the impression that it requires programmers or lots of technical capacity. That is no longer the case! Join this workshop to learn how easy, accessible, and affordable it has become to switch to digital data collection technology, how your project or organization can make the transition without technical experts, and how all types of projects -- whether they are rigorous impact evaluations, routine M&E, process monitoring, or other forms of data collection -- can benefit.

Speakers
avatar for Ruthie Leifer

Ruthie Leifer

Special Projects Associate, Dobility (SurveyCTO)
Ruthie assists the Dobility team with managing projects, identifying business opportunities, strengthening customer relationships, and supporting existing users. As the Special Projects Associate, she helps manage day-to-day financial operations, and works to keep the team organi... Read More →
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Christopher Robert

Founder, Dobility (SurveyCTO)
Chris is a technologist, an entrepreneur, an economist, a researcher, and a lecturer. As a technologist and entrepreneur, he founded Dobility, Inc., which produces SurveyCTO, an electronic data collection platform used worldwide by leading researchers and evaluation professional... Read More →


Thursday September 28, 2017 2:25pm - 3:25pm
Continental Room C Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center

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