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.
Dobility founder and CEO Dr. Christopher Robert will be a guest lecturer in the course and students will get hands-on practice using SurveyCTO. The course starts February 6 and the deadline to register is March 6.
The course is free to audit and offered at a sliding scale if you choose to upgrade. It’s a great opportunity to hone your skills and bring other members of your team up to speed on RCTs.
Our friends at mSTAR are looking for your good-practice guidelines for ethical collection, use, management, sharing, and release of data in field-based digital development programs. To share your responsible data story, please fill out their online form.
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