I'd like to share with you the course book I am writing for Springer:
New statistics for the design researcher. A Bayesian course in tidy R
Draft chapters can be found at: http://rpubs.com/schmettow
Two chapters are practically feature complete: Introduction to R and Linear Models. I've been using them succesfully in a master-level methods course in Human Factors and Engineering Psychology. By using tidy R I can teach beginners enough in one day such that they can write a complete results section in R/knitr. Tidyverse rules!
Feedback is warmly welcome. In fact I am currently short on reviewers. Anyone?