Help Center | Department of Economics

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Economics Help Center

The Principles of Economics Help Center is online for the Fall 2020 semester.

Students enrolled in ECON 1100 or ECON 1110 reach the Academic Assistants for assistance through the regualr Canvas page for the course.

You can join a Zoom video meeting at any time during regular hours for assistance.

*The Help Center will be closed for Finals Week and on any holiday that UNT is closed.

The Economics Upper Division Help Center is online for the Fall 2020 semester.

ECON 3050, 3150, 3550, 3560, 4020, 4030, 4140, 4440, 4870

Students enrolled in these courses can reach the Academic Assistant for assistance through the regular Canvas page for the course.

You can join a Zoom video meeting at any time during regular hours for assistance. You will need to register each time which takes about 20 seconds. Contact your instructor for more details.

*The Help Center will be closed for Finals Week and on any holiday that UNT is closed.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact: 940-565-2573 - Economics main office

Also, there is now an email address for the help center, EconHelpCenter@unt.edu. However, this is only for questions about hours or student concerns. Students should NOT email homework questions here.

Rules for the Economics Help Center

  • When you come to the Help Center it is expected that you have your lecture notes, have read the textbook, and have attempted the assignment before seeking help.
  • Every Student must sign-in before they will be helped. If, at any time, there are more students than tutors, students will be helped in the order in which they appear on the sign-in sheet.
  • Please, no food in the center.
  • Drinks are allowed, but if it spills, you clean it.
  • Tutors will not replace lectures and do not have access to students' homework assignments.

Resources

Notice

Most of the materials provided on the tutoring web site are in PDF format. A free and light-weight PDF viewer is provided by Foxit Software.

Additionally several of the files are compressed into zip format.
This format is recognized by most operating systems now, however if you are having trouble extracting a zip try the free and light-weight program 7-zip.

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