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Collaborative Statistics: Adoption and Usage

Module by: Judy Baker, Jacky Hood, Una Daly. E-mail the authors

Summary: This module is designed to track the various versions and derived copies of Collaborative Statistics (originally col10522), as well as keep track of educators who have adopted various versions for their courses. New adopters are encouraged to provide their contact information and describe how they will use this book for their courses. The goal is to provide a list that will allow educators using this book to collaborate, share ideas, and make suggestions for future development of this text.

adoptions of other open textbooks

See http://cnx.org/content/m34356/latest/ for adoptions of other open textbooks.

This document is designed to provide a resource for educators and authors who wish to collaborate with other users of Collaborative Statistics. The tables below provide information on known versions and derivatives of the Collaborative Statistics materials in Connexions as well as contact information of those who have used these materials in their courses.

If you have used or are interested in using Collaborative Statistics in your courses and would like to be included in this list, please contact the authors of this module with the following information:

  • Your name
  • Your institution
  • Your email address
  • When you began using these materials
  • The versions you have used
  • Courses you teach using these materials
If you are an author who has derived (or customized) a copy of this content in Connexions and would like to include your work in the list below, please send the following:
  • The collection title and ID number
  • The Connexions username of the author(s)
  • A brief description indicating what makes your derived copy unique
The goal for this document is to make it easier for educators and authors to collaborate and share their experiences with each other in order to encourage content growth and adoption. If you have any suggestions or comments about specific versions of the content, visit our Discussion Forum. If you have suggestions about coordinating efforts to promote the use of these materials, please contact the authors of this module.

Table 1: Known Versions of Collaborative Statistics
Collection Author(s) Description
Collaborative Statistics (col10522) Barbara Illowsky and Susan Dean  
Collaborative Statistics (with edits: Teegarden) (col10561) Mary Teegarden Derived from Collaborative Statistics (col10522), this version has been adapted to replace the use of TI-83/84 calculators in labs and exercises with Minitab.
Collaborative Statistics (col10617) Roberta Bloom Derived from Collaborative Statistics (col10522), this version has been adapted with a separate collection for homework modules.
Collaborative Statistics-Parzen ReMix (col10732) Michael Parzen Derived from Collaborative Statistics (col10522), this version has been adapted to contain fewer Modules.
Collaborative Statistics - Custom Version (col10966) Kathy Chu Derived from Collaborative Statistics (col10522), this version has been adapted for use in classes at Eastern Michigan University.
Quantitative Information Analysis III (col11155) Jeffrey Stanton Derived from Collaborative Statistics (col10522), this version has been adapted for use in classes at Syracuse University.
Collaborative Statistics (MT230 - Spring 2012) (col11403/1.1) Robert Gallagher Derived from Collaborative Statistics (col10522), this version has been adapted for use in classes at Regis College.
Table 2: Additional Resources for Educators
Collection Author(s) Description
Collaborative Statistics Teacher's Guide (col10547) Barbara Illowsky and Susan Dean The original Teacher's Guide companion to Collaborative Statistics (col10522). Includes course outline and suggestions for teaching each chapter.
Collaborative Statistics: Supplementary Course Materials (col10586) Barbara Illowsky and Susan Dean Additional course materials derived from the award-winning Elementary Statistics Sofia course [link] by Barbara Illowsky and Susan Dean. Contents include sample quizzes, practice exams, suggested course syllabus, and video tutorials.
Labs For Collaborative Statistics - Teegarden (col10562) Mary Teegarden This is a collection of labs from Collaborative Statistics by Illowsky and Dean which have been edited to include Minitab activities. In addition the labs are to be done as individual activities.
Probability Topics: M and M Lab (m33394) Alison Snieckus Lab reworded and rearranged the original activities into topical sections and added open-ended spreadsheet simulation activity.
Table 3: Known Adopters of Collaborative Statistics
Name Institution Date First Adopted Collections(s) Adopted
Dave Roach Arkansas Tech University Fall09 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Edward Crosson Berkshire Community College Fall 2009 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Kathleen Offenholley Borough of Manhattan Community College Fall 2009 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Ray Kaupp Cabrillo College Fall 2009 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Rick Howe College of the Canyons Fall 2009 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Stan Rachelson Converse College Spring 2009 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Terry McGlynn CSU Dominguez Hills Fall 2008 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
J. Adam De Anza College Fall 2009 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Yatman Au Young De Anza College Fall 2008 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Nadia Bensidi De Anza College Fall 2008 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Roberta Bloom De Anza College Spring 2009 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Lenore Desillets De Anza College Fall 2008 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Harmon Dhaliwal De Anza College Fall 2008 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Mo Geraghty De Anza College Fall 2009 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Janice Hector De Anza College Fall 2008 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Barbara Illowsky De Anza College Spring 2009 Collaborative Statistics (col10522), Teacher's Guide (col10547), Supplementary Course Materials (col10586)
Frank Jones De Anza College Fall 2009 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Renuka Kapur De Anza College Fall 2008 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Charles Klein De Anza College Fall 2008 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Vladimir Logvenenko De Anza College Spring 2009 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Lisa Markus De Anza College Fall 2008 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Diane Mathios De Anza College Winter 2009 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Lorraine Moen De Anza College Winter 2009 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Andrew Phelps De Anza College Spring 2009 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Kathryn Plum De Anza College Fall 2008 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Rupinder Sekhon De Anza College Fall 2008 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Henry Thaggert De Anza College Spring 2009 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Frank Snow De Anza College Fall 2008 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Rod Taylor De Anza College Fall 2009 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Jim Ham Delta College Fall 2010 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Kathy Chu Eastern Michigan University Fall 2009 Collaborative Statistics(Custom Version Modified by K. Chu) (col10966)
Michael Parzen Emory University Summer 2009 Collaborative Statistics-Parzen ReMix (col10732)
Ann Commito Frederick Community College Spring 2009 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Basil Tangredi Green Mountain College Fall 2009 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Garnett Lee Henley Howard University Fall 2009 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Larry Green Lake Tahoe Community College Fall 2009 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Ginni May Los Rios Spring 2009 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Mary Sullivan Massasoit Community College Spring 2010 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Mike Hardy Miles Community College Spring 2010 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Emily Engelhardt Rushford-Peterson High School (Minnesota) Spring 2010 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Thomas Kersten Normandale Community College Fall 2010 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Ginni May Sacramento City College Spring 2009 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Mary Teegarden San Diego Mesa College Fall 2008 Collaborative Statistics (with edits: Teegarden) (col10561)
Barbara Illowsky San Francisco State University Spring 2009 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Warren Schonfeld Santa Rosa Junior College Fall 2009 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Jeffery Stanton Syracuse University Spring 2010 Quantitative Information Analysis (col11155)
Richard Ganns South Puget Sound Community College Fall 2009 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Shaddick St. Mary's Collegiate and Voc. Institute Spring 2009 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Miriam Masullo SUNY Purchase Fall 2008 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Jim Smart Tallahassee Community College Fall 2010 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Jane Menken University of Colorado Spring 2009 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Craig Seeley University of Toledo Spring 2009 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Ted Creigh Virginia Tech University Fall 2009 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Tannis Morgan Justice Institute of British Columbia Winter 2011 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Alison Snieckus Graduate School of Education at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Fall 2010 Collaborative Statistics (col10522) Probability Topics: M and M Lab (m33394)
Amy Wagler University of Texas El Paso Winter 2009 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Rajiv Grover Optimum Solutions Fall 2010/Winter 2011 Collaborative Statistics (col11263)
Tannis Morgan Justice Institute of BC, British Columbia Winter 2011 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Vicky Moyle Bellingham College, WA Winter 2011 Collaborative Statistics (col10522) Lulu
Pat Gilbert University of Hawaii at West O'ahu unknown Collaborative Statistics (col10522)
Dr. Strommer Fayetteville Technical Community College, NC Spring 2011 Collaborative Statistics (col37192)
Abraham Biggs Broward College, FL Fall 2011 Collaborative Statistics (custom)
Robert Gallagher Quantitative Methods for Management at Regis College Fall 2011 and Spring 2012 Collaborative Statistics Collaborative Statistics (MT230 - Spring 2012)
Barbara E. McMullen Introductory Statistics at SUNY Purchase College Fall 2012 Collaborative Statistics (col10522)

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