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Abstract

iTunes U is a free service for qualifying colleges and universities. Leveraging the innovation of the iTunes Store, it’s a powerful way to manage a broad range of audio or video content and make it available quickly and easily to students, faculty, and staff. Learn how iTunes U can be successfully deployed on your campus.

Andy’s Notes

Another great session. I learned that I could create tabs in classes on our iTunesU site that would allow students to upload content for their instructors. Apple is continuing to work on automating a lot of functions when you offer a lot of content. Looking forward to expanding its use on campus.

http://www.academiccommons.org/library/podcasting-can-help-college-students-learn-d-m-says

David Nagel, “U Washington Deploys IP-Based ‘Coursecasting’,” Campus Technology, 5/23/2007, http://www.campustechnology.com/article.aspx?aid=48219

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