By Region:

YouTube tutoring a boost for economics students | ASU Now: Access, Excellence, Impact

A red bubble popped into the video frame as Tyler Helms explained the effects of inflation on income.“Listen carefully!” warned the graphic as Helms described the difference between fixed real and fixed nominal incomes.Helms, a senior majoring in economics and political science, is a peer tutor in the Student Success Center in the W. P. Carey School of Business and has contributed to a new YouTube tutoring channel.The channel, launched last fall, is called EconTutors and has more than 200 videos with nearly 25,000 views.

Source: YouTube tutoring a boost for economics students | ASU Now: Access, Excellence, Impact