On-Demand Webinar

Game On: Bring Analytics Simulation Into the Classroom

Make learning fun with an analytics simulation game that teaches professional skills to go from classroom to career. Adjust the difficulty by proficiency to extend use.

About the webinar

It’s fun, it’s challenging and it teaches professional analytics skills. Better yet, your students can compete for ultimate bragging rights.

Bring analytics simulation into the classroom with Cortex. Literature shows that gamification and experiential learning improves the attitude, retention and engagement of students.

In this webinar, we’ll explain and showcase Cortex, which brings analytics and predictive modeling technology to the classroom.

Why attend?

  • Watch a demonstration of Cortex.
  • Learn key tips to effectively teach analytics simulation in your classroom.
  • Give Cortex a try yourself. (Warning: You might get hooked!)

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About the Experts

Jean-François Plante
Associate Professor, HEC Montréal  

Jean-François Plante teaches data science and supervises the projects and theses of undergraduate and graduate students. He collaborates with the ERPsim Lab to develop serious games that enhance the teaching of predictive methods. Plante earned a PhD in statistics from the University of British Columbia.

Lindsay Hart
Global Academic Program Manager, SAS

Lindsay Hart develops partnerships with universities and colleges across Canada to help institutions teach, learn and research with SAS® Analytics. Prior to her work at SAS Canada, she was a Program Specialist with Mitacs, a nonprofit national research organization, working to build partnerships between academia and industry to advance Canada’s innovation sector. Hart has a master’s degree from the Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto, and a bachelor’s degree from New York University.