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View Resource Designing Tests To Maximize Learning

This one-page document, created by Richard Felder, gives advice on how to construct and give exams. It focuses on making exams a positive experience for both instructors and students. Felder is an expert in the field of engineering education, but he also incorporates the use of statistical methods to help interpret exam results. Overall, this is a great resource for faculty in the pursuit of...

View Resource Histogram Sorting Using Cooperative Learning

This activity has two major goals: (1) to give students experience with a variety of histograms of data, and (2) to help them better recognize different shapes and characteristics. Too often students only see one or two perfect examples (e.g., normal, right skewed) and have a difficult time describing and classifying histograms of real data. This activity also helps students determine which...

View Resource Survey Design - How to Begin Your Survey Design Project

This site, produced by Creative Research Systems, takes the user through the steps and decisions necessary when designing a survey. Pros and cons for each method are outlined and other issues in survey design are presented. The site does contain products which need to be purchased, such as a survey done by the corporation, but the page still contains a great deal of free resources which can be...

View Resource Statistics Glossary: Design of Experiments & ANOVA

This site, created by authors Valerie Eastor and John H. McColl, lists definitions of key terms related to experimental design and ANOVA. Some of these include factorial, blocking, interaction, experimental design, treatment, variance testing, placebo, and many others. This site is part of the "Statistics Glossary" for the STEPS project (Statistical Education through Problem Solving).

View Resource Types of Surveys

This site, created by author William M.K. Trochim, discusses survey questionnaires and interviews. It also provides links to detailed descriptions and pros and cons of each, and describes how to conduct them. Overall, this is a basic site, but it is filled with great information about statistical surveying.

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