You’re welcome! Glad you like them
I hear where you’re coming from and am happy to hear that meditation “would fit well” with the courses. Obviously meditation is a (the?) critical component for a complete Buddhist education (in addition to good friends, etc), so if meditation wouldn’t fit that would be a serious problem!
But I won't be adding guided meditations any time soon.
Note: I might create an Intro to Meditation course at some point with a curtated list of guided meditations from around the world, but this would be the exception if it ever happens.
My ambition (large enough already!) is to supply an outline for a relatively non-sectarian curriculum in Buddhist Studies. Despite the site’s name (should it be changed?), I’m not trying to replace the University (or Monastery) writ large. I’m not providing dorms, cafeterias, certificates, or guided meditations … because, frankly, I’ve never been a fan of them.
I realize many people like them. If they work for you, great! But there are zillions of other apps and websites providing that service and people can already find what works for them.
I’m not trying to replace your existing practice, just provide a few reading recommendations you might add alongside it