I’m preparing to teach statistics this summer, so statistics resources are on my radar right now. Here are some that have been fed to me recently:

**1. Prezi on ‘Beyond Tables’ **— Awesome Prezi on ditching the tables and integrating applets such as those over at Surf Stat.

**2. YouTube Video – “Benford’s Law — How Mathematics Can Detect Fraud!”**— I wanted to teach Benford’s Law better the last time I taught statistics, but I didn’t know how. This will help.

**3. 10 Jaw-Droppingly Awesome Infographics on Education**— If you didn’t see my spiel on Infographics from the last time I taught statistics, I would definitely plan using this assignment again in the future. This is just one more example of why — Infographics are just so awesome!

**4. Chi-Square Goodness of Fit Resources**— Some highlights of a recent web search I did on the topic.