The International Association for Statistical Education (IASE) is pleased to announce that its 12th Satellite Conference will take place from 30 August to 4 September 2021, a few weeks after the 63rd World Statistics Congress (WSC63, 11–15 July). IASE Satellites bring 80-120 folks from around the world and the host country to share their passion, expertise and experiences in statistics education.
More than ever before, analyzing the pandemic involves statistics and data science and makes visible the importance of these fields. The repositories of the top universities (like Johns Hopkins and Oxford) have shown the power of open data and open code. Data visualization tools like Gapminder and Our world in Data are freely available, as are state-of-the-art computational tools. Promoting an interest in data science and learning more about statistics in this era, individually or at school or university, should be a high priority for all of us in the field of statistics education. The pandemic provides an opportunity to revisit some old ways of doing things and perhaps bring changes that may offer something better. This is why our IASE 2021 theme, Statistics Education in the Era of Data Science, is important.
We invite you to participate in the Satellite Conference, to join us in sharing knowledge, questions, and ideas that enable us to learn from the work of esteemed colleagues from around the globe and help to advance the teaching and learning of statistics and data science. The conference will be a mixture of plenary talks, papers, poster sessions, and hands-on workshops.
Call for Papers
The International Program Committee (IPC) of the IASE 2021 Satellite Online Conference is now accepting submissions with contributions in the form of papers, workshops and posters that fit the theme Statistics Education in the Era of Data Science, and address one of the following topics:
- Topic 1: Connecting Statistics Education and Data Science
- Topic 2: Statistical Learning from the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Topic 3: Promoting Data Literacy and Statistical Literacy
- Topic 4: Statistics and Data Science for Social Good
- Topic 5: Experiences of Teaching from a Distance
A submission will require a 300 word description of the proposed paper or poster, to be submitted by 7 March 2021. Submissions will be accepted from Monday 25 January.
For further details regarding abstract submission, please refer to “Preparation of Proposals and Submission Process” downloadable from here.