Learn how to design randomized evaluations and implement them in the field to measure the impact of social programs in this new course run by MIT, edX, and Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL). "Designing and Running Randomized Evaluations" is part of MIT's "Data, Economics, and Development Policy MicroMasters" program.
Thanks to everyone who helped us celebrate the launch of Dobility India at "Small Data, Big Impact," the panel discussion we hosted last week in Ahmedabad, India. It was wonderful to see…
Thank you to everyone who joined us last week for the Dobility India launch party in Cambridge. It was great to see familiar faces and make new friends in the social impact and technology world. As Chris said in his remarks, we wouldn't be here without you, our amazing community of supporters and users!
Please join Dobility India for a panel discussion and party in celebration of our India launch. We will be discussing "Small data, big impact: Innovations and best practices in high-quality data collection" with local and global experts as we contribute to building a stronger community of organizations and individuals collecting quality data.
We're celebrating the launch of our Dobility India subsidiary and some other cool things we can't talk about quite yet. Please join us for good company, Indian treats, and refreshing local brews on Wednesday, June 1 from 6—8pm at Workbar in Cambridge.
This year, join SurveyCTO from June 7-9 at HumTech2016, the annual conference that brings "together scientists, engineers, technologists and policymakers from across academic, government, industry and non-government organizations to discuss, share and promote current research and recent accomplishments across all aspects of technology, from science to systems, that have a global humanitarian impact."
Join SurveyCTO founder and CEO Chris Robert and other member of the SurveyCTO team for a presentation on digital data collection for development, monitoring and evaluation, and social impact hosted by Tech@Fletcher.
Join SurveyCTO's very own Faizan Diwan for the next installment of the Development Impact Lab (DIL) Mobile Data Collection Webinar Series, presented in partnership with Engineering for Change (E4C).