Events

Data Quality Best Practices and Tool to Manage Data Quality and a Data Catalog – IData – September 13 at 2pm Eastern US

Presented by Brian Parrish of IData.

Managing data is difficult and maintaining high data quality is even more so especially when a data warehouse is involved.  But higher education institutions demand high data quality so that they can make informed decisions and deliver accurate information to others, inside and outside of the institution.  In the 1st part of this 90 minute session you will learn about the best practices in data governance / data intelligence around data quality and taking a customer service approach to data governance. In the second half of the session we will demonstrate the data quality and data catalog features of the Data Cookbook data governance / data intelligence solution that relate to individuals using a data warehouse.  This will include the assessment of data quality, the tracking of quality rules and validating of data along with the workflow for approval of rules and resolution of quality issues. We will show the ease of viewing and searching the data catalog content including the technical metadata, supplemental metadata and curated information.  Please join us in this informative session created specifically for the members of the Higher Education Data Warehousing organization.  Register by going here.

Improve your data health by making data a team sport – presented by Talend – August 18 at 3:30pm Eastern US

Data health is a metric that describes how well your data supports your campus outcomes from recruitment and student success to fundraising goals. This is much more than moving data from place to place. It’s about making sure that data is clean, accurate, and trusted. Learn how Talend Data Fabric simplifies the data quality aspect of the equation by involving the data experts in the process with tools that foster collaboration between IT, business, and faculty.  Please join Talend as they demonstrate how they approach this important issue.  Please click here to register.  Any questions, please contact hedwcomm@hedw.org.

Cloud and ETL Tools – A Community Discussion – July 20 at 3:30pm Eastern US

Join us for this webinar to talk about Cloud and ETL. Several members will share what they are currently doing in this area and we will then open up for a Birds of a Feather type discussion. Please click here to register.  Any questions, please contact hedwcomm@hedw.org.