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Abstract #304658

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Activity Number: 523
Type: Contributed
Date/Time: Thursday, August 11, 2005 : 10:30 AM to 12:20 PM
Sponsor: Section on Statistical Education
Abstract - #304658
Title: Experiences with International Web-based Introductory Long-distance Statistics Courses
Author(s): Juergen Symanzik*+ and Natascha Vukasinovic and Alex C. Wun
Companies: Utah State University and Monsanto and
Address: Dept of Mathematics and Statistics, Logan, UT, 84322-3900, United States
Keywords: Teaching ; Electronic Textbook ; CyberStats
Abstract:

Throughout the year 2004, Utah State University offered three introductory long-distance statistics courses (Stat 2000) for students in its International Program in Hong Kong. These courses had the main instructor in the US, a local instructor in Hong Kong, and were based on the electronic textbook CyberStats. Students had to work fully electronically---from homework submissions to the taking of exams. In this talk, we report our experiences with such a course, including everyday problems and their possible solutions. Results of surveys conducted toward the end of the three courses will be presented as well.


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