More Statistics Resources: StatTutor

The Statstutor  website contains lots of stats support materials free of charge. There are some leaflets explaining statstutor and these are available free of charge to those in UK Higher Education.  Find out more…..

There is also a short  survey about Statstutor –  it contains only 10 questions and should take no more than three minutes. Click here to take the statstutor survey

As far as I can see there is little in the way of biological context at the moment though lecturers are encouraged to submit resources to share. More information about this is available on the communities page.

There are a range of types of resource:

Case Study Videos – watch and listen as a tutor helps students handle projects involving real data;

Video Tutorials – watch and listen to a tutor working through important topics in statistics;

Teach Yourself – these paper based resources provide in-depth treatment of important topics, with theory and worked examples (sometimes written to accompany the video tutorials above);

Tests and Quizzes – on specific topics to enable you to gauge your competency and decide whether further work is required;

Facts & Formulae Leaflets – electronic versions of the very popular leaflets distributed by the Higher Education Academy MSOR Subject Centre;

About JennyAKoenig

I am Assistant Professor of Pharmacology, Therapeutics and Toxicology at the University of Nottingham. My interests are: maths education for bioscientists, study skills for scientists with specific learning difficulties and pharmacology: bringing the science behind how medicines work (or don't!) to a wider audience. I have a PhD in Pharmacology from the University of Cambridge and a BSc (Hons 1) from the University of Sydney. I have taught maths and pharmacology to science, medical and veterinary students at University and biology, chemistry, physics and maths at a large comprehensive secondary school.
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