This is a series of frequently-updated tutorials on fundamental concepts and features of NetLogo, as well as a set of key modeling and implementation techniques.
In his work with high school teachers and students in the US, and postgraduate students in the Dominican Republic, Nick has developed extensive curricular materials in probability & statistics, math modeling, programming concepts, algorithms, agent-based modeling, and concurrent programming. A large portion of this material addresses NetLogo, and has been updated (for new releases of NetLogo) and expanded over several years. This material is once again being updated, to reflect changes in NetLogo 6 and NetLogo Web. Also, Nick – in collaboration with James Taylor, of the Math Circles Collaborative of New Mexico – is in the process of rewriting and incorporating selected portions of this material into a textbook on computer modeling, intended for use at the middle and high school levels.
The current versions of these materials are made available under a Creative Commons license, and can be freely downloaded (from this site, as well as Nick's ResearchGate page).