e-Courses have gone mobile so you can too! Try the new e-Courses and register for a free IPad® at SAS Global Forum

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We’ve gone mobile so you can too.

Come see us at SAS Global Forum  and be one of the first to try our new e-Courses on the tablet!  SAS Programming 1 and SAS Programming 2, soon available on your tablet devices, also feature free access to the SAS Practice editor allowing you to practice new skills in the SAS cloud.  These e-Courses allow you to take your training from laptop to desktop to tablet and your progress is tracked across devices. We're rolling out the new content for these e-Courses in July.

You will also have a chance to demo the new Predictive Modeling using Logistic Regression e-Course, also tablet-ready soon.  This e-Course helps to prepare users for the SAS Certified Statistical Business Analyst Using SAS 9: Regression and Modeling and will be available in May.

While you’re there, try your hand at the certification practice exams for Base and Advanced Programming for SAS 9.

Don’t forget to register to win a free iPad®!   The drawing will take place on Tuesday at 5:00 p.m.  The winner’s name will also be announced at the closing ceremony. You do not have to be present at the drawing to win and the winner will be notified via email and/or text.

As always, many of our other e-Courses will also be available for you to try.  The free one-hour time slots fill up quickly, so plan to reserve a spot early. E-Learning developer, Beth Hardin and I, look forward to seeing you in San Francisco soon!

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Nancy Goodyear

Nancy Goodyear manages the Self-Paced e-Learning Department. She earned her Master’s degree in Epidemiology/Biostatistics and used SAS extensively in research as a faculty member in the School of Public Health and College of Criminal Justice at the University of South Carolina. She came to SAS in 1985 to be a technical reviewer in the Course Development Department and then moved into managing the Computer Based Training Department in 1987. She has seen the self-paced training products evolve from customer sites having to install SAS computer-based training on their own mainframe computers to individual customers using a credit card to gain immediate access to training via internet. By the end of this year, customers will be able to take the online courses anywhere/anytime—from their own desktop to their personal iPad or Android tablet.

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