The University of North Carolina at Pembroke
ECN 202 Principles of Microeconomics
Dr. J.R. Frederick
|Microeconomics by McConnell and Brue,
fifteenth edition (2002)
published by McGraw-Hill/Irwin
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NOTE: there are quizzes on the BlackBoard site that you should be taking
before class each week (see the syllabus for dates of the quizzes).
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(which is for registering for courses), you can easily sign up for an account
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For example, if you were born on April 1, 1983, your PIN would be 19830401.
After you click on "I Agree", you will receive a new user ID (something
like abc012) and a new password (something like c8kmp3it). Write these
down now, but soon you should change your password to something that you
can remember, but other people won't be able to guess.
If you already have an account for BlackBoard or the UNCP e-mail, but you
forgot your password, call (910) 521-6260 to find out where you have to go
to get it reset.
last updated September 5, 2003, by Jim Frederick