Mathematics for Economics: enhancing Teaching and Learning

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How can lecturers help their students with the maths involved in an economics degree?

METAL (Mathematics for Economics: enhancing Teaching and Learning) has released the first version of its web site, with presently about 60% of the project’s resources. These include more than 30 video clips, more than 20 Flash animations and thousands of questions in Maths for Economics.

The project “aims to enhance teaching and learning by providing lecturers and students with a selection of resources that will help to engage Level 1 students more fully and enthusiastically in mathematics for economics”.

A series of regional workshops will promote the new project, including one at the Developments in Economics Education conference organised by the Economics Network.

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