We're teaching a (masters) university course which relies heavily on R. Until now, we've been using
bookdown to merge all the course materials (assignments, demo scripts, tasks and solutions) into a single object / course handout.
This has worked well so far, but the course is becoming larger and more complex (parallel sessions, varying difficulty levels), loosing some of its "linearity". We are now thinking of moving to
blogdown since it seems better suited to handle non-linear material. I'm writing this post for two reasons:
- To get your thoughts on the matter (
bookdown?), especially if you've used one or both for an (academic) course
- To gather a few nice examples of courses which used one of the packages to gather the course material. I've listed the ones I've already found below. Do you have more examples?
- https://espm-157.carlboettiger.info/ (UC Berkley)
- http://www2.stat.duke.edu/courses/Spring18/Sta199/ (Duke Univesity)
- https://statsf18.classes.andrewheiss.com/schedule/ (Brigham Young University)
- https://econw18.classes.andrewheiss.com/assignments/ (Brigham Young University)
- https://datavizf17.classes.andrewheiss.com/ (Brigham Young University)
- https://ismayc.github.io/soc301_s2017/ (Pacific University)