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. I have recorded at least 30 video lectures in which you hear my voice and see on the screen what you would be seeing on the classroom blackboard. In this way, there is a real feel for being in class—yet on your own schedule! There will be weekly homework assignments and 2 online exams. You may take these exams wherever you are living. Continuing Education has worked out a system in which you provide the name of an appropriate proctor, and the exam instructions will be sent to that person to administer to you. Again, flexibility with when you take the exams is built into the course. I am a very “hands-on” kind of teacher and encourage students to draw graphs along with me in class. I follow this same pedagogy in the online course. Because some students will be in Asia or South America, there will not be any particular time that you will need to log onto the course website. This enables you to coordinate your study time with a work schedule. Required Texts: Microeconomics, 19th edition by McConnell, Brue, and Flynn. Please be sure to purchase the 19th edition. Published by McGraw-Hill Highly recommended is the Study Guide to Accompany Microeconomics by William Walsted. Published by McGraw-Hill. This will help prepare you to take multiple-choice exam questions. I will be residing in Burlington, VT all summer and will be available to meet with you or talk to you by phone or by Skype any day between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. Usually you’ll just email me with a request for “office hours” and we’ll arrange a time that is convenient for both of us. Please email me with any questions that you might have. The course website will be available to you at least 2 weeks before the official start date in case you want to get a head start. Professor Gedeon Shirley.email@example.com