Data Impact Blog
Out and about with the International Data Team at the UK Data Service
Victoria Moody • June 09, 2016 • No Comments

During the past two months Susan Noble and Celia Russell form the UK Data Service international data team based at Jisc have taken part in a couple of important international events: Statistical Information System Collaboration Community (SIS-CC) Annual Workshop, Paris, 11th – 15th April 2016 and the IASSIST 2016 Conference, Bergen, 31st May – 3rd June 2016

More is more: Adding value to the Young Lives survey for better analysis
Victoria Moody • May 06, 2016 • No Comments

Anne Solon, data manager for Young Lives, whose role involves working with Young Lives research partners to coordinate the complete survey cycle and coordinating the processes of survey design, piloting, training of field staff, data collection, data entry and data management, discusses adding value to survey data to support analysis.

UN Human Rights Day: ‘Our Rights Our Freedoms Always’
Victoria Moody • December 09, 2015 • No Comments

Celia Russell and Susan Noble, international data experts at the UK Data Service highlight the UN Human Rights Day campaign ‘Our Rights Our Freedoms Always’ and report on the recent Human Rights workshop hosted by the UK Data Service.

Paper was invented in 206 BC….It’s time for a change
Victoria Moody • November 24, 2015 • No Comments

Anne Solon, data manager for Young Lives, discusses computer-assisted personal interviewing for data collection.

Measuring Myanmar
Victoria Moody • November 10, 2015 • No Comments

Celia Russell, the UK Data Service’s International Data Specialist discusses the first population census in Myanmar for thirty years.

Celebrating World Statistics Day 2015: Better Data, Better Lives
Victoria Moody • October 16, 2015 • No Comments

Susan Noble, Service Manager for international data at the UK Data Service talks about celebrating World Statistics Day.

Where are the children? The challenge of tracking in a longitudinal study of children
Victoria Moody • October 01, 2015 • No Comments

Anne Solon, data manager for Young Lives, whose role involves working with Young Lives research partners to coordinate the complete survey cycle and coordinating the processes of survey design, piloting, training of field staff, data collection, data entry and data management, discusses the challenge of tracking in a longitudinal study of children.