We are getting ready to host an R bootcamp this summer at work and I am looking at building on materials that already exist. I just wanted to list a few here while I figure out the best ways to incorporate them.

**Video Tutorials:**

This is a fairly new resource, but now contains over **60** instructional videos that are two minutes or less for how to do basic tasks in R. An excellent reference and place to start.

**R Tutorials:**

Pairach Piboonrungroj has put together an excellent compliation of R introductory tutorials from universities around the world. Lots of great material.

http://pairach.com/2012/02/26/r-tutorials-from-universities-around-the-world/

**R Tips and Tricks:**

This is a great resource for how to do some basic tasks that can be incredibly frustrating in R.

http://pj.freefaculty.org/R/Rtips.html

**R Compared to SPSS/SAS:**

For users coming from other statistical packages this reference is a great point in the right direction for how to do familiar things in R.

Stay tuned for the further development of my R tutorial for education data--developing on GitHub: