June 18, 2018

Expand Patrons’ Minds, Not Your Budget

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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


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


  • Bruce Lovett, Vice President, Marketing, RBmedia

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