The new CAUSEweb is now live! Check out our newly redesigned website at www.CAUSEweb.org and get involved. Set up an account and add yourself to the Statistics Education Map. Register for eCOTS and one of the affiliated regional conferences taking place that week in your area. Have your students take part in the USPROC competition and the A-Mu-sing contest. Suggest a resource for the new Teaching Statistics in the Health Sciences portal by entering the TSHS innovation challenge. Rate and review items in our resources library and suggest a new item for us to include. And don’t forget to stop by often as new resources will be added every day. The support of the Statistics Education Community will keep CAUSEweb free, growing, and helpful - let us know if you see something broken or have an idea for improvement.
The eCOTS website is now live at www.causeweb.org/cause/ecots/ecots16/ .
eCOTS will run the week of May 16th to 20th, 2016, and focus on the theme of "Changing with Technology". This virtual conference has a terrific program with keynote presentations by Andrew Gelman and Michael Jordan, 3 workshops disseminating the innovations of NSF supported projects; 18 active half-hour breakout sessions; 33 virtual poster presentations; 5 panel discussions on hot topics in teaching with technology; and 8 birds-of-a-feather small group discussions. Registration for eCOTS also includes the registration fee for one of ten different one-day mini-conferences happening in various regions around the country designed to build their local statistics education communities and integrate with eCOTS. Join more than 500 statistics educators taking part in this exciting virtual conference by registering today !
Kari Lock Morgan, chair of eCOTS program committee
Dennis Pearl, CAUSE Director