Resources for Teaching Introductory Statistics: Online, In-Person, and Hybrid
Tuesday, July 14, 2020
2 PM ET (11 AM PT)
Are you preparing to update or prepare a new basic statistics or data analysis course? Looking for new examples, assignments, or instructional videos? Looking for interactive concept demos, case studies, eLearning courses with certificates of completion, or other instructional or supplementary materials?
In this webinar, we will identify resources that you can use in your statistics and data analysis courses to help teach concepts, provide examples and instructional videos, to teach JMP software skills, and to support student learning. This first webinar in the four-part summer “Resources for Teaching” series will be a general overview of resources with application to a first course in statistics or data analysis.
- Who should attend?
Faculty members teaching any statistical course.
- What can I expect to get out of the webinar?
You will learn about the many free teaching tools, examples, lecture notes, eLearning, and teaching resources available that you can incorporate into your JMP course.
- How much JMP experience should I have?
Basic knowledge of JMP software is helpful. We also recommend attending the JMP Basics for Professors and Students webinar or watching one of our videos on demand.
Register now for this free, one-hour, interactive webinar.
Date: Tuesday, July 14, 2020
Time: 2 PM ET (11 AM PT)