Online Economics with Justice
In October 2014 online version of our Economics with Justice Course was launched. The course uses omnijoin software, which provides an online classroom so you can participate in real time from your home.
The course will be offered again week commencing 01 May 2017.
The ten weekly online sessions offer a simple introduction to the principles of economics that embraces justice and prosperity for all. Setting up for and participating in the online course is designed to be simple and easy. The basic equipment you will need is a computer not more than five years old, a broadband (ie, cable or DSL high-speed) internet connection, a headset and a webcam. The software you will need can be downloaded free of charge.
These courses are provided by Practical Philosophy Online. This is an educational charity based in New York (which is why the course fee is paid in US dollars) with strong links to the School of Economic Science in London. It offers a number of online courses. The Online Economics with Justice course is produced by the School of Economic Science in London. The tutors are based in the UK and the USA. The online classroom is similar to skype but with multiusers, and the maximum class size is 14. Students have taken part from all over the world, e.g.: USA, South Africa, Hong Kong, Jordan and Australia as well the UK. There is presentation of material using powerpoint and time for questions and discussion.
The sessions last approximately one hour.
How to join online Economics with Justice
Where: 11 Mandeville Place, London, United Kingdom