Johns Hopkins EDCeRT Demonstration

A quick visual look at the functionality of the EDCeRT system, created by the experts at the Johns Hopkins University, School of Education, Center for Technology in Education. EDCeRT is used to collect any type of observational data, with the team using it extensively in validation of the quality of early childcare programs. It allows data-sharing with other databases like QRIS, scheduling of assessors, randomized program selection, and flexibility to upload any type of observational scale, from published to homegrown. To learn more, contact Alan.Guttman@jhu.edu.

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Johns Hopkins EDCeRT Demonstration

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A quick visual look at the functionality of the EDCeRT system, created by the experts at the Johns Hopkins University, School of Education, Center for Technology in Education. EDCeRT is used to collect any type of observational data, with the team using it extensively in validation of the quality of early childcare programs. It allows data-sharing with other databases like QRIS, scheduling of assessors, randomized program selection, and flexibility to upload any type of observational scale, from published to homegrown. To learn more, contact Alan.Guttman@jhu.edu.
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