Netsquared Montréal event: Keeping Tidy Data

One of COCo’s Commun-IT Coordinators, Gabriel Bergevin-Estable, will be making a short presentation on Tidy Data for nonprofits at Netsquared Montreal on November 11th!

“Our organizations develop collective intelligence and memory that manifests itself digitally by the accumulation of data. Many groups must collect information for accounting, reporting to funders and members, for research or evaluation, and constantly accumulate more of it. This data can be maintained in different formats, obtained and archived using various processes and software which leave them more or less organized. The presentation will take a look at some of the principles of keeping tidy data which will encourage better archiving practices for later use, and will present services which groups can benefit from to this end.”

Grande Bibliothèque, 475 boulevard De Maisonneuve Est, Montréal, QC (room to be confirmed)

Tuesday, November 11, 2014, 17:30

  • Networking 17:30 – 18:00 
  • Presentation 18:00 – 18:30 
  • Questions, Discussion 18:30 – 19:30 

Gabriel Bergevin-Estable is a facilitator and trainer in Information and communications technology, and philosophy. Currently coordinator of the Commun-It project at COCo, he has been working for several years with community groups wishing to improve their IT knowledge or to give themselves software solutions for their needs.