Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Ludwig von Mises Institute has material on iTunes

I am on the Ludwig von Mises mailing list. I enjoy their frequent emails.

B.K. Marcus announced:

The Mises Institute is pleased to announce that the multimedia content on Mises.org — many thousands of hours of audio and video — is now available through iTunes U, a dedicated area within the iTunes Store (http://www.itunes.com/).

iTunes U carries lectures from top academic minds on every topic, freely available, elegantly organized, and beautifully presented. Users enjoy easy access to material ranging from ancient-language studies to particle physics.

All the rich-media content of Mises.org is now on iTunes U, alongside content from universities like MIT, Duke, Stanford, Cambridge, Princeton, and many museums and other major cultural institutions. We are seeing the future of education: straight from great minds to individual users around the world.

If you want to learn more about the economy go check it out.

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