iTunes U has arrived, giving higher education institutions an ingenious way to
distribute audio and video content. Presentations,
performances, lectures, demonstrations, debates, tours, archival
Designed to be completely intuitive, iTunes U is based on the iTunes Store,
where millions of people already get their music, movies, and TV shows.
Now there’s an area of the iTunes Store devoted entirely to education,
where it’s easy to search thousands of audio and video files from
schools across the country. It’s for anytime and
anyplace you’ve got a Mac, a PC, or an iPod.
Already, more than half of the nation’s top 500 schools use it to
distribute their digital content.
It’s free, you just need to download and install itunes software (also free)