Presentation on theme: "Child Outcome Data Quality How to check on the quality of your child outcome data."— Presentation transcript:
Child Outcome Data Quality How to check on the quality of your child outcome data.
Training Objectives 1.Understand how to check data quality for ecEval data 2.Analyze your information to improve local child outcome data
Oregon’s Child Outcome Data Quality Plan: 1.ecEval Guidelines document 2.Training and Technical Assistance 3.ecEval Data Quality program
How Does the ecEval Program Help with Data Quality? Cleans up individual records Identifies individual staff training needs Identifies systemic training needs Increases the quality of program child outcome data
Getting Started 1.Get a username and password for the ecEval website. Contact Dan Smellow at EC Data: 541-346- 0819 or firstname.lastname@example.org@uoregon.edu Set up username and password for yourself and designated staff There are different levels of access depending on staff roles
Accessing the Website 2. Open the ecEval website: https://ecweb.uoregon.edu/eceval/login https://ecweb.uoregon.edu/eceval/login
7. The “Child records with cross check” page will appear. A list of 14 different kinds of record errors will appear at the top of the page. Records are listed by SSID and sorted by problem category.