Up until recently, most undergraduate-level introductory statistics modules on non-specialist degree courses (i.e., outside of, e.g., maths, computing etc.) commonly used point-and-click software tools such as StatCrunch or SPSS. There has been a recent shift away from these tools towards using free software, such as JASP and Jamovi and even the command-line-based software, R. This SIG is interested in exploring questions about the educational pros and cons of different statistics software and how to teach and learn them effectively.