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Apple Adds iTunes U Support Section To Its Website



Following the release of iTunes U for iOS last week, Apple has introduced a new support section to its website that is aimed at students and teachers who are interested in adopting the new app. The support notes cover things like creating new iTunes U courses, creating course podcasts, and marketing your institution’s content.

Thanks to the new iTunes U app, schools can now manage their courses, syllabi, and more directly on an iOS device, and students can manage their own materials. These are things that previously weren’t available outside of iTunes or a web browser, so the new support information is likely to be very handy to many new iTunes U users.

The site offers step-by-step guides on how to use iTunes U Course Manager, iTunes U Public Site Manager, and a number of iTunes U features.

If you’ve been struggling to get your head around the new app, you might want to check out the support section.

[via Macgasm]


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