Where do you e-learn SAS?

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We’re celebrating the student in all of us and you’re invited.

Email us a photo of yourself or your fav SAS user learning SAS.  Send it to sastraining@sas.com.

You can also Tweet us your best shot using #SASworldclass

Our planet-friendly training is available worldwide, wherever you may be. Show us your interpretations of “the world is your classroom.” Riding a camel? Show us. Surfing – don’t forget your waterproofing! The photos we receive will be displayed in an album on our SAS Users Facebook page.

Want to add a little authenticity to your photo shoot?  Take advantage of our FREE e-Courses and downloadable software while you’re at it.

#SASworldclass – Be sure and tell us where in the world you are.

Oh, we ask that no harm comes to any data participating in your photo shoots!

For some inspiration, check out these photos of some of our SAS employees getting involved in the #SASworldclass challenge.

The Stat Wars Guys  - Rivals at Chess…comrades when it comes to the STAT 1 Free e-Course.  For now…

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Our employees don't just exercise the body, but the mind too!

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And that's our SAS blogger and social guru, @maggiemiller0. The pose is Warrior, but the free Programming1 e-course is OHMMMMM.

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Patricia Spain

Scouting travel and training adventures

Hi, I'm Patricia Spain. After working as an editor at Bon Appetit and Architectural Digest magazines in NYC I joined SAS in 1993. To help add some adventure to your training excursions (after all, you're already going, right?) I bring you my love of all things travel with recommendations for attractions and entertainment; perhaps displaying a lop-sided emphasis on where to find architectural wonders and a tasty meal. We may venture off the beaten path where oftentimes the best treasures are to be found. When not traveling, for real or from my armchair, I'm proud to market the award-wining SAS e-Learning curriculum, work with the Stat Guys on the Stat Wars series and collaborate with all the fantastically talented SAS Advanced Analytics instructors marketing the Analytics curriculum. Here in the heart of North Carolina State University country I would like to proudly proclaim “Go Tarheels!”

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