iTunes U was launched May 30 with free downloadable audio and video from a selection of universities and one undergraduate institution - Bowdoin College, of Maine. Available on the iTunes site are lectures, language lessons, sports highlights, campus tours and interviews.
The Bowdoin iTunes U materials includes guided audio-video tours through the Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum; material from several courses; a video of Bowdoin's world-competitive team of soccer-playing robot dogs; and public talks by visiting speakers such as Robert Reich, Doris Kearns Goodwin and Tracy Kidder.
A full list of schools included in Apple's iTunes U launch: Arizona State University, Bowdoin College, Concordia Seminary, Duke University, Michigan Tech University, MIT, NJIT, Otis College of Art and Design, Pennsylvania State University, Queen's University, Seattle Pacific University, Stanford University, Texas A&M, University of California Berkeley, University of Maryland Baltimore County and University of South Florida.
Posted by Casey Kazan.
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