The Higher Education of Data Quality

OCDQ Radio is a vendor-neutral podcast about data quality and its related disciplines, produced and hosted by Jim Harris.

On this episode of OCDQ Radio, we leave the corporate world, where data quality and master data management is mostly focused on the challenges of managing data about customers, products, and revenue, and we get schooled in the higher education of data quality.  In other words, we discuss data quality and master data management in higher education, which is mostly focused on the challenges of managing data about students, courses, and tuition.

Our guest lecturer will be Mark Horseman, who has been working at the University of Saskatchewan for over 10 years and has been on the implementation team of many of the University’s enterprise software solutions.  Mark Horseman now works in Information Strategy and Analytics leveraging his knowledge to assist the University in managing its data quality challenges.

Follow Mark Horseman on Twitter and read his Eccentric Data Quality blog to hear more about the challenges faced by Mark on his quest (yes, it’s a quest) to improve Higher-Education Data Quality.

 

The Higher Education of Data Quality

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