iTunes U is a repository for university-related podcasts
(downloadable digital files, usually audio or video). Podcasts can
be subscribed to, allowing for automatic downloads of the latest
iTunes U is a service provided by Apple for free storage and access to educational content.
Content uploaded to UB on iTunes U can be made available to the general public or restricted to the UB community.
Use the free iTunes application to download audio and video podcasts from iTunes U.
Content for iTunes U can be created using a variety of recording options such as camcorders, webcams, sound recording devices and professional recording services.
Learn how to upload and manage your content on UB on iTunes U.
Content that is uploaded to UB on iTunes U and made public is available to anyone visiting iTunes U.
Learn about creating "album artwork" for your podcasts that reflects UB's branding.
Metadata is information that describes a podcast's content and author.
Everyone who uses iTunes U needs to understand copyright regulations and how they apply to uploaded content.
Find answers to frequently asked questions about UB on iTunes U.
Ask a question or report a problem you may be having when using UB on iTunes U.
When you are ready to start using UB on iTunes U, you can login
This detailed guide provides an overview of iTunes U, including
the system requirements, formats, and components that make up an
iTunes U site and how to get started using your institution’s
iTunes U site.
View the online guide
If you have a question or would like to report a problem you may
be having when using UB on iTunes U, contact the UBlearns
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