AdminRoman Hardgrave (Chief of Product, Marginal Revolution University)

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    Thanks for this suggestion. I moved this off the trade and prosperity board as it's a bit outside the scope of what we'd cover there.

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    1 comment  ·  General MRU Feedback  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hi Katie,
    Thanks for the suggestion. There are two ways to do this:

    1) YouTube playlists
    If you use a YouTube playlist like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Meo0s54s1sw&list=PL-uRhZ_p-BM4SmRr1p6WZnfym2zP2O0LH&index=2
    it will continuously play. We have playlists setup for some of the courses and are in process of setting up all of them.
    2) iTunes
    We are posting videos to iTunes, which will allow you to do continuous play. We also have just the audio podcast, which combines a whole section’s videos into one podcast. We’re rolling on both the video and audio podcasts continually. You should see more up soon – let me know if you have a particular course you want first.

    Hopefully this helps!

    Roman

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    2 comments  ·  General MRU Feedback  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hello,
    That’s a good question. In general we try to make all of our videos accessible to a beginner. The Everyday content is definitely the most introductory in nature – we’re working on more introductory level content.

    However, that shouldn’t discourage you from checking out the other courses such as Development Economics or Great Economists. Those are both very accessible as well.

    Thanks for your question.

    Hello,
    That's a good question. In general we try to make all of our videos accessible to a beginner. The Everyday content is definitely the most introductory in nature - we're working on more introductory level content.

    However, that shouldn't discourage you from checking out the other courses such as Development Economics or Great Economists. Those are both very accessible as well.

    Thanks for your question.

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    answered  ·  5 comments  ·  General MRU Feedback  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Thanks Anantara. That's an interesting idea. I'm going to move this one to our forum for suggesting new sections of the Everyday Economics course, as its a bit outside the scope of the "Trade and Prosperity" section.

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    Thanks for the suggestion Yifei. I'm going to move this one to our forum for suggesting new courses, as its a bit outside the scope of the "Trade and Prosperity" section.

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    Thanks Anthony. I'm going to move this one to our forum for suggesting new sections of the Everyday Economics course, as its a bit outside the scope of the "Trade and Prosperity" section.

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