Google Drive Tools for Applied Behavior Analysis (1.5 CEUs)
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Many times behavior analysts would like to collect data for a particular behavior across a wide variety of settings involving multiple stakeholders. For example, one may wish to track a problem behavior at home, at school, and at other service provider locations in the community. Collecting meaningful data from these various sources can be difficult due to a number of barriers such as latency, procedural drift, and access to data recording medium. Tools such as Google Forms can mitigate these problems by providing a standard template for the respondents to use and the ability to update the corresponding data in real time. This event will detail how to create such a form, share it with stakeholders, and link it to a spreadsheet.