Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 2.27 GB | Duration: 5h 36m
Open Data Kit Fundamentals,create data collection tools using XLSForms, become a pro at creating and deploying ODK tools
What you’ll learn
Open Data Kit(ODK)
Authoring XLSForms and transform them to ODK tools
ODK Aggregate Servers (Hosting applications built with ODK Technology), for example KoboToolbox , SurveyCTO etc
ODK Client Applications (Web and Android applications)
ODK Widgets (Text, Number, Date and much more)
Defining behavior of ODK applications, determining where Skip Logic can happen
Building tools geared at reducing enumerator fatigue
Includes practical lessons and resources for practising
Quizes and Reminders geared at ensuring students master the topics discussed
By the end of this course, you should be able to do the following:
*Creating survey forms using XLSForm.
*Upload forms to ODK Aggregate servers.
*Load forms into ODK Collect/KoboCollect on an Android device.
*Use ODK Collect/KoboCollect to fill out forms with participants.
*Upload survey data from Collect to an Aggregate Server such as KoboToolbox.
*Export data from an Aggregate server.
Why should you use ODK?
*ODK allows for built-in checks and skip patterns, meaning they do not have to be done manually by an enumerator. All this is meant to ensure higher quality of data collected.
*Data collection processes can be monitored remotely, and it is possible to make adjustments to a survey even after data collection has started. Submissions can be viewed, and they show when and what data has been submitted. With some adjustments, it is possible to record names of the submitters.
*Promotes a better use of time and saves on costs especially with no need for time-consuming data entry, as seen while using traditional paper based questionnaires.
Thank you so much for making a purchase of this course, it is because of learners like you that my team and I produce this kind of content. We really do hope you shall have learnt a lot by the time you are done with this course.
Who this course is for:
Monitoring and evaluation professionals
Professionals in the NGO sector
Beginners, anyone can learn