NAIS Webinar Series: DASL Advancement Data

NAIS Data and Analysis for School Leadership (DASL) is the must-have tool for driving strategic conversations at your school, and adding accurate data will help you better understand your school and serve you for years to come. At NAIS, we understand how much time and attention it takes to enter your school’s data into DASL each year. We appreciate that you take the time, because your data also contributes to the national picture of independent schools. 

2024-2025 DASL data entry will open in summer 2024. Check back soon for more details. 

DASL Advancement Data Webinar Series

Watch the recordings from this series to learn about the Advancement category of DASL Data Entry.

DASL Advancement Data Webinar Series: Overview of Advancement Data (April 20, 2023)

In the first of this three-part webinar series, get ready for DASL data entry collection with an overview of the data in the Advancement category. Get to know key terminology and definitions based on the CASE Global Reporting Standards. In this webinar, we’ll also review new core questions about new funds committed, which measure the impact of fundraising efforts. 

  • Presenters: Joy Bodycomb, NAIS; Deborah Trumble, CASE

DASL Advancement Data Webinar Series: Constituent Giving—Hard and Soft Credits (May 11, 2023)

In the second of this three-part webinar series, join us to review constituent giving questions in the DASL Advancement category. Using specific examples, we’ll cover how to use both hard and soft credit recognition to capture the full picture of constituent giving. 

DASL Advancement Data Webinar Series: Measuring Impact of Fundraising Efforts (June 6, 2023)

In the third and final part of this webinar series, explore a new subcategory in the DASL Advancement category: Advancement Activity. This deep dive will help you measure the impact of fundraising efforts and activity for the year. We’ll review the types of gifts and pledges that are included in new funds committed, how to identify those gifts in your system, and how it is different than counting funds received.