Incorporating Open Data Into Introductory Courses in Statistics

@article{Rivera2019IncorporatingOD,
  title={Incorporating Open Data Into Introductory Courses in Statistics},
  author={Roberto Rivera and Mario Marazzi and Pedro A. Torres-Saavedra},
  journal={Journal of Statistics Education},
  year={2019},
  volume={27},
  pages={198 - 207}
}
Abstract The 2016 Guidelines for Assessment and Instruction in Statistics Education (GAISE) College Report emphasized six recommendations to teach introductory courses in statistics. Among them: use of real data with context and purpose. Many educators have created databases consisting of multiple datasets for use in class; sometimes making hundreds of datasets available. Yet “the context and purpose” component of the data may remain elusive if just a generic database is made available. We… 

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