Watch webcasts of course content. Go over concepts at your own pace.
Read excerpts from many sources. Learn to teach yourself.
Read a few periodicals each day. Stay informed about global issues.
Answers to practice tests in Red Workbook.
Take advantage of these intellectual opportunities.
Analyze data from the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, the Treasury Department, and others.
Try your hand at economic simulations like balancing the budget or controlling interest rates.
Go beyond the scope of introductory economics. Apply classroom theories to the real world.