08-22-2016 01:32 PM
At SAS headquarters in Cary, NC, it's Monday. On our side of the world, many teachers and students are headed back to school today, already there or headed there soon. Maybe you heard about the study that found SAS is the most valuable career skill and you’d like to get started learning SAS. Maybe you’re new to teaching SAS.
Whatever you need to expand your knowledge and use of SAS, two blog posts by my colleague Tricia Jenkins probably has it.
Her first post, SAS Back to School Guide for Students (Faculty and Admins, too!), covers:
Since you’re already in the Analytics U Community, you’re probably already have SAS. But if you know someone who wants to learn SAS, you can help them get started by sharing her second post, SAS Back to School Guide Part II: Getting access to SAS Software for teaching or learning. It covers all the options for getting SAS if you’re in academia:
Option 1: Obtain a license from your university
Option 2: SAS University Edition
Option 3: SAS OnDemand for Academics
The post also describes how to access SAS Visual Analytics and Visual Statistics through our partnership with Teradata University Network and how to acess JMP software.