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Robert Johnson is Professor Emeritus Monroe Community College, Rochester, NY and Chair for Beyond The Formula Statistics Conference, an Annual Conference About Teaching Introductory Statistics. He is co-author of Elementary Statistics, Duxbury Press and a member of CAUSE Advisory Board. Topic: Finding Good Examples. Possible questions/topics to discuss: What makes an example good?; Where can examples be found?; How does one go about finding good examples?; How does one find data to go with the example?; and Sharing methods for finding new examples.

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