On-line Journals

The Journal of Statistics Education (JSE) publishes refereed articles, datasets, reviews, and tips related to all aspects of teaching statistics at the postsecondary level. JSE has been available electronically since its founding in 1993.

The Web Guide to Statistical Journals ,maintiained by Gordon Smythe at University of Queensland, contains links to loads of stat journals (not just stat education).

On-Line Newsletters

A number of organizations maintain on-line newsletters including:

E-Mail Discussion Lists

One of the first electronic discussion lists devoted to teaching issues was the Edstat-l list founded at North Carolina State University. To subscribe send the message

to You may also participate through UseNet News at Archives of Edstat-l (and several other discussion lists) are maintained by the Journal of Statistics Education Information Service.

A number of other e-mail discussion lists are maintained for specific countries (e.g. Australia, Brazil, Italy, New Zealand), statistical topics (e.g. Bayesian methods, experimental design, time series analysis), subject areas (e.g. biometry, geography, econometrics), and (many) software packages (e.g. Minitab, SPSS, SAS). An excellent resource here is Mike Fuller's List of Statistical Lists which contains information on a host of discussion lists.