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Econ 100b

Created 4/30/1996
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Virtual Office Hours

Brad DeLong Offers to Answer Econ 100b Questions Through the Internet; and also Offers a Not-So-Free-Lunch Opportunity


Virtual Office Hours

In the last undergraduate class I taught--Economics 1254 at Harvard in 1992-1993--I spent three hours a week in appointments with students. There were 20 of them. I got to spend about 10 minutes a week with each student.

In this course, if I spend three hours a week with each of you, each of you gets some 20 seconds: "Hi. I'm ____ ____." "Brad DeLong." "I have a question about lecture..." "Sorry, your time is up. Next student please!"

So to enhance student-faculty intellectual contact and substantive interchange--or at least the illusion of student-faculty contact and substantive interchange--I am going to be holding virtual office hours:

To participate in virtual office hours:


Not-So-Free Lunch with Professor DeLong

I hereby invite the undergraduates in Econ 100b to join me for lunch at "The Stuffed Inn" (one of the Economics Department's standard hangouts; a sandwich place; on Euclid near Hurst (address: 1829 Euclid Ave.); northside) at 11:30 on the appropriate Wednesday that corresponds to the first letters of their last names:


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Econ 100b

Created 4/30/1996
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Brad De Long's Home Page


Professor of Economics J. Bradford DeLong, 601 Evans
University of California at Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94720-3880
(510) 643-4027 phone (510) 642-6615 fax
delong@econ.berkeley.edu
http://www.j-bradford-delong.net/