Online Teaching Resources

Online Teaching Resources

We have curated a broad selection of online teaching resources for faculty, graduate and undergraduates. Resources include classical liberal, general, economics, philosophy, and interdisciplinary subjects. We have also included an online research section with information from specific institutions, as well as sections for graduate and undergraduate students.

Online Research Resources

Resources from IHS

Graduate Student Resources

Grad student resources

Undergraduate Student Resources

Undergraduate resources

Undergrad to Graduate Resources from IHS

How Markets Work.” Dr. Gregory Thornbury,  Dr. Daniel Hammond, and Dr. Tawni Ferrarini introduce students to the basics of economic thinking. The course comprises 5 units and takes about 3H:45M to complete

Economics and the Pursuit of Happiness.” Dr. Jay Richards, Dr. Anne Rathbone Bradley, and  Dr. Daniel Hammond present students with a well-reasoned look at today’s most important economic topics and how a proper understanding of them leads to happiness.  The course also comprises 5 units and takes about 3H:30M to complete.