Journal of Statistics Education Current Issue The March 2014 (Volume 22, Number 1) issue of JSE is now available. The table of contents can be accessed at: 2014 Table of Contents. This issue includes four regular articles, one Data Sets and Stories paper, two Teaching Bits (one of which has exciting news about the upcoming Electronic Conference on Teaching Statistics), and an interview by Allan Rossman with Ron Wasserstein. We hope you enjoy this issue, and, as always, we welcome your feedback. A New Member of the JSE Family We are thrilled to announce that Dr. The JSE Webinar Series on CAUSEweb It has been almost a year now since we started a new webinar series through the Consortium for the Advancement of Undergraduate Statistics Education (CAUSE). JSE on Facebook and Twitter To get the word out about JSE and to provide opportunities for readers to share and discuss articles from JSE, a Facebook group has been created. There is also a Twitter account for JSE that you can follow if you use Twitter (@JStatEd).
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