Of course, the whole point of a blog is to say something. This is your voice to world. So how do you do that? This is a quick guide to creating a new post. First, assuming you are logged into your blog site, you need to get to the “Add New Post” page. There are… Read More »
Where Is Your Blog on the Web? Ok, so you now have a blog. Where is it? Your blog is on the Web at: http://your-lcc-userid.blog.econproph.net Of course, you have to substitute your LCC-issued user id for the “your-lcc-userid” in the above Web address. Your LCC-issued user id is the user id you use to log-in… Read More »
As you’ll hear in my welcome message, there’s been a slight, unavoidable delay of a few days in really launching the course – especially the blogs. Don’t worry, all will be well. Just listen.
For Unit 1: You need to do these six things: Read Jim’s Unit 1 posts and listen to intro Read Syllabus Take Unit 1 quiz in D2L Login, configure, explore, and customize your blog Write your unit1 blog posts (see Jim’s Posts for directions) Read your fellow students posts and comment as needed The… Read More »
See the syllabus here, which contains the course schedule for a very minor update made Jan 15 regarding Unit 1. The change is highlighted.
Welcome to Comparative Economic Systems, ECON 260. I’m Jim Luke, your professor for this course and this is the 2012 incarnation of this course. I’m looking forward to our online “conversations” about economic systems. This course is a bit different from most of the courses I teach. Normally, I teach Econ 201 and Econ 202,… Read More »