The main objective of this project is to provide computer- aided instruction service in the elementary statistics laboratory. The aim is to increase the students' knowledge of statistics and statistical techniques, and to help them gain confidence in their knowledge by solving and analyzing statistical problems via interactive dialogue with the computer. Since this computer-aided instruction is designed to be used by nontechnical personnel, i.e., students in elementary statistics courses, it is written in lay terminology. The basic elements of a topic with illustrative examples will still be presented in lectures, assigned readings and exercises, and progress-accessing examinations. The laboratory which accompanies the course is the only part to be computerized. At the present, this laboratory consists of solving and analyzing additional exercises similar to those presented in class with emphasis on topics which are not covered well in the text. The approach in the laboratory is tutorial with few lectures presented. In spite of this array of help, some students still lack confidence in solving and analyzing problems. It is hoped that Computer-Aided Instruction (CAI) will aid in alleviating some of the problems, since CAI is more personalized and interactive, and more demanding of the student in that full attention is required. Also, CAI material might have some acceptable educational flair strong enough to attract and hold the students' interest rather than just repeat classroom work or be perceived as a dreary process of drill and practice.