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Data for Dummies: How to Apply Data to Learning

Wednesday, April 10, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Neville Samuell, VP of Data, Degreed

A recent Bersin survey pointed out that just 28 percent of organizations have "good" or "very good" levels of proficiency in basic data literacy skills. And that makes sense, because it often feels like you need a statistics degree to understand HR analytics. But the truth is, you don't need a degree. You just need to know what to look for and how to turn that into meaningful conclusions.

This webcast will help you understand the connection between data and learning, including important learning analytics to look for and how to draw insights from data sets.

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Neville Samuell
Neville Samuell

VP of Data, Degreed

Neville Samuell is an engineer, entrepreneur, and lifelong learner with a never-ending curiosity for building websites, apps, robots, teams, and companies. As the VP of Data at Degreed, Neville leads the data engineering team that collects and analyzes all of Degreed's data to help internal teams, clients, and partners make better decisions about their business. In his previous role as the CTO of Pathgather, he led the development of their enterprise learning experience platform up to the successful acquisition by Degreed in 2018. A Waterloo Mechatronics Engineering graduate, he is now on a mission to make data understandable so he can help the learning and talent industry leverage data to transform the way the world thinks about skills.


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