Now, educators have the ability to distribute courses privately and invite students to take them. Any teacher can signup to offer courses via iTunes U.
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Launched in 2007, iTunes U allows member educational institutions to manage and share content for students.
Shortly after the new iPad was unveiled in March, the iTunes U app was touted as being able to bring online classes to mobile. Through the app, teachers can upload a course syllabus, arrange audio, video and iBooks onto iTunes U. Also introduced on Wednesday are "powerful new note taking features for audio and video let students easily search their notes."
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In January, six universities created more than 100 free courses available on iTunes U. Since that time, there have been more than 14 million downloads of the iTunes U app and more than 700 new k-12 schools and districts, as well as 125 colleges and universities that have enrolled in iTunes U.
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