Partly due to the circumstances around the 2020 coronavirus pandemic (which has led many of us explore the possibilities and potential of online teaching), I started teaching some courses (on R) as an interactive live stream via the streaming platform Twitch. Given the overall positive reaction to this, I plan on doing more teaching in this manner in the future. Some streams will be shorter (a few hours) covering a specific topic, but I also plan on offering some of the courses that I usually teach 'in person' in this manner (i.e., my courses on meta-analysis and mixed-effects / multilevel modeling).
to be announced (here and via Twitter) …
The streams are free and there is no registration. Once the stream goes live (about 15 minutes before the actual start time), simply go to this link to start watching.
You do not need a Twitch account to watch the stream, but if you would like to post comments or questions via the chat, then you do need to be signed in. To create an account, go to Twitch, click on "Sign Up", and follow the instructions. Make sure you also verify your email address as part of the registration procedure (otherwise you cannot use the chat).
Dates are given as year/month/day. Times are given in terms of my local timezone (which is CET/CEST).
|2020/04/30||17:00 - 22:00||Open Online Introduction to R Course (Day 4)|
|2020/04/24||17:00 - 22:00||Open Online Introduction to R Course (Day 3)|
|2020/04/23||17:00 - 22:00||Open Online Introduction to R Course (Day 2)|
|2020/04/22||17:00 - 22:00||Open Online Introduction to R Course (Day 1)|
|2020/04/03||09:00 - 17:00||Open Online Introduction to R Course (Day 2)|
|2020/04/02||09:00 - 17:00||Open Online Introduction to R Course (Day 1)|