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Moore, The Basic Practice of Statistics 4e

This site provides resources to teachers using the textbook Moore, The Basic Practice of Statistics 4e. To view the Book Companion Site, click here.

Tools for Class Success!

As you prepare for your upcoming semester, let us help you get your students prepared as well! Since students often take cues on the value of the assigned course materials from their instructors on the first day of class, we have created a wide variety of tools for you to use. Below, find these tools in an assortment of formats to include in your syllabi, your PowerPoint slides, or to use as a handout.

  • Syllabus Insert (MS Word® ".doc" file) (currently called syllabus attachment)
    This insert contains a paragraph on the book and supplements you can integrate into your syllabus
  • Your First Lecture (PowerPoint® "ppt" file)
    A few PowerPoint slides for your first lecture that outlines course materials you've chosen.
  • Handout (MS WordŽ ".doc" file) (currently called "flyer" )
    A handout to give students or attach to your syllabus on the first day of class.

Click on the links below to open or follow the downloading instructions below.

When instructors demonstrate that they value the assigned course materials, students will value them too!

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Download Instructions
We recommend saving these files to your hard drive by following the instructions below.

PC users 1. Right-click on a link above. 2. From the pop-up menu, select "Save Link", (if you are using Netscape) or "Save Target" (if you are using Internet Explorer). 3. In the "Save As" dialog box, select a location on your hard drive and rename the file, if you would like, then click "save". Note the name and location of the file so you can open it later.

Macintosh users 1. Click and hold your mouse on a link above. 2. From the pop-up menu, select "Save Link As" (if you are using Netscape) or "Save Target As" (if you are using Internet Explorer). 3. In the "Save As" dialog box, select a location on your hard drive and rename the file, if you would like, then click "save". Note the name and location of the file so you can open it later.


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