Expand Patrons’ Minds, Not Your Budget

The Great Courses are taught by the top 1% of university professors and experts. These video classes are perfect for serving a wide range of patron interests. But how can you offer this variety of learning content without breaking your budget? View On Demand
View On Demand The Great Courses are taught by the top 1% of university professors and experts, with topics ranging from photography to physics…astronomy to art…history to health…and more. These video classes are perfect for serving a wide range of patron interests. But how can you offer this variety of learning content without breaking your budget? Now you can – with the Recorded Books innovative streaming video model. Patrons can now “binge learn” via 150+ of the most popular courses for as little as pennies per view. In our webinar, we’ll explain:
  • How The Great Courses are created and how the world’s top professors get involved
  • The details of the exclusive streaming video model that allows such affordable pricing
  • Why this model makes The Great Courses so valuable to your patrons
  • How The Great Courses Library Collection can serve patrons of all ages and interests
  • How The Great Courses Library Collection will increase patron usage of other digital content
"Tired of binge-watching? Try some binge learning.”—USA Today

Panelists

  • Brad Gray, Solutions Engineer, Recorded Books
  • Jason Smigel, VP Product Development, The Great Courses

Moderator

  • Bruce Lovett, Vice President, Marketing, RBmedia
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