Gartner defines data literacy as “the ability to read, write and communicate data in context, including an understanding of data sources and constructs, analytical methods and techniques applied, and the ability to describe the use case, application and resulting value.” The lack of data literacy is an internal hindrance to the effectiveness of the CDO’s office. Data literacy is crucial for data-informed decisions, especially in higher education. For that reason, I have created this blog to share Marshall University’s journey through data governance and data literacy.
Accelerating Institutional Research Through Augmented Intelligence – September 28, 2023
The Evolving Landscape of Data Storage and Analytics: Operational Databases, Data Warehouses, Data Lakes, and Data Lakehouses – September 21, 2023
The Importance of Benchmarking Data Against Peers in Higher Education – September 14, 2023
Data Governance at Marshall University: The CDO’s Perspective – September 7, 2023
The Signature of Trust: The Importance of Ownership in Published Data – August 31, 2023
Demystifying Student Counts: Headcount, FTE, and FTTE Explained – August 24, 2023
The Importance of Data Literacy in Higher Education: A Message from the Chief Data Officer – August 17, 2023