Three live, synchronous online summer courses using R software:


The non-profit Information Institute ( and faculty from Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) are offering three live, interactive, synchronous online summer courses: (1) Using R for Statistical Research Analyses I (June 30, July 14, 21, August 11 and 18); (2) PLS Path Modeling Using R (June 27, July 11, 18, 25 and August 8) and (3) Using R for Statistical Research Analyses II (Aug 19, 26, Sept 9, 16 and 23). Each course is offered in both the AM and PM to be available live in all time zones. Registration costs for the July courses are $295 USD faculty; $225 students; and $325 practitioner (less for the August course with early registration through July 1).  All live, interactive class sessions are also recorded and provided to participants for their repeated post-class review.


(1) Using R for Statistical Research Analyses I: This course demonstrates how to use R to conduct a broad range of statistical analyses for publishable research. The AM course is offered online on non-consecutive Thursdays (June 30, July 7 and 14, August 11 and 18 at 11AM-2PM ET). See: There is also a section for the Pacific Rim countries on Thursday evenings (same dates at 6PM-9PM ET). See:


(2) PLS Path Modeling with R: Participants learn basic and intermediate techniques for conducting PLS path modeling using R. The AM course is conducted online in five weekly Monday classes (June 27, July 11, 18, 25, and August 8 at 11AM-2PM ET). See: The informational and registration site for the PM course (6PM-9PM ET (GMT-4) for Pacific Rim countries) is here:


(3) Using R for Statistical Research Analyses II: Extends SRA I to additional statistical analysis techniques and research domains. Is an complement and extension of SRA I offered earlier in July. AM course website is PM course website is here


All classes are recorded and provided to participants so, if you miss a class, you will have the recording and all class materials. There is additional information here:


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Geoff Hubona

Information Systems Department

Virginia Commonwealth University