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ITunes U

Author: Apple Computer, Inc.
Publisher: Cupertino, CA : Apple, Inc., 2011-
Edition/Format:   Website : Online system or service : Updating website   Continually Updated Resource   Computer File : English
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This is the webpage for iTunes U, a distribution system for all types of digital educational content created or curated by educators. Universities can make content available as internal access only to members of their educational community or to the world at large via public access with the iTunes Store. Professors can use audio and video content from museums, universities, cultural institutions, and public  Read more...
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Material Type: Online system or service, Updating website, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Continually Updated Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Apple Computer, Inc.
OCLC Number: 730961485
Notes: Title from caption (viewed June 11, 2011).
Description: 1 online resource.
Details: Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Other Titles: Apple - iTunes U - Learn anything, anywhere, anytime

Abstract:

This is the webpage for iTunes U, a distribution system for all types of digital educational content created or curated by educators. Universities can make content available as internal access only to members of their educational community or to the world at large via public access with the iTunes Store. Professors can use audio and video content from museums, universities, cultural institutions, and public television stations to supplement their lectures. Using the iTunes application to manage lectures, language lessons, films, labs, audiobooks, and tours which can then be easily downloaded and viewed on any Mac, PC, iPod, or iPhone, students can download audio and video offerings one at a time or subscribe to entire courses and have new items download automatically as soon as they become available. iTunes U is also directly accessible over both cellular and Wi-Fi networks through the iTunes Store. Students can use the iTunes app to access iTunes U and search for content, then download and play it on their smartphone without accessing a computer.

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