March 1, 2019 – DATAVERSITY Education, LLC today kicked off Data Education Month, an annual celebration of Data Management and the people who work with data every day. Throughout the month of March, DATAVERSITY will offer special discounts and giveaways to help data professionals learn, network, and build new strategies. Visit http://content.dataversity.net/2019-Data-EDU-month.html for details on how to participate.
DATAVERSITY provides educational content for data professionals throughout the year, but Data Education Month brings added attention to the many resources and opportunities available. Highlights include discounts on online courses in the DATAVERSITY Training Center and on upcoming conferences such as Enterprise Data World (EDW), Data Governance & Information Quality (DGIQ), and Data Architecture Summit (DAS), as well as a free downloadable eBook about common data industry terms.
Visitors to dataversity.net can also participate in Data Education Month by registering for free webinars and online conferences, reading and sharing articles and blog posts written by experts, taking a Data Management research paper survey, and joining the DATAVERSITY Community, a new social network exclusively for data professionals.
DATAVERSITY partners with a number of organizations to spread awareness about additional free resources, such as The Data Administration Newsletter (TDAN), DM Radio, and Theodore Hills’ Concept and Object Modeling Notation (COMN) reference guide.
For more information about Data Education Month, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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