Please include more ideological diversity in the macro section
There's a wide range of views on macroeconomics. Right now, this series features the views of two libertarian (right) leaning economists.
It would be better if, say, a conservative economist was paired with a liberal economist, so students could get a better view of the range of perspectives in the field. Without this, the information has a strong bias, but the students aren't necessarily aware of it. It also doesn't represent the discipline as well.
It's better to alert people to where there are matters of debate, present the best case for the differing views and then let students make up their own minds. I'm a classroom teacher, and that's what I strive to do. I don't think it's a big deal for the micro section, but this really matters for macro.
Regardless, thank you for the resource. I am using sections of it with my students now that we're online only during the covid crisis!