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Canvas Network: Common Sense Economics For Life (Part 2)

 with  Tawni Hunt Ferrarini
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Cornell University via eCornell
Learning economics through short video clips, classic readings, podcasts, and innovative assignments makes learning the science of choice fun, exciting and relevant. The “read, watch, listen, and do” approach is used to make learning both engaging and effective. The reading assignments are compact and the videos, podcasts, and assignments re-enforce each other in a manner that assures mastery of key learning objectives in economics and personal finance. Even if this is your first online course, you will find this one informative and user-friendly.
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Cost Free Online Course
Pace Finished
Subject Economics
Provider Canvas Network
Language English
Hours 1 hours a week
Calendar 15 weeks long

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