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Sunday, January 29, 2006


Another follow up, this time to Technology and Class Attendance:

Apple Offers College Lectures Via Podcasts, AP/NYT: In its latest move to broaden its iPod and iTunes franchises, Apple Computer Inc. has introduced ''iTunes U,'' a nationwide expansion of a service that makes course lectures and other educational materials accessible via Apple's iTunes software. The company ... had been working with six universities on the pilot project for more than a year and expanded the educational program this week, inviting other universities to sign up. ... Apple's service offers universities a customized version of the iTunes software, allowing schools to post podcasts, audio books or video content on their iTunes-affiliated Web sites. ...

I *guess* this is a good thing...

    Posted by on Sunday, January 29, 2006 at 01:24 AM in Economics, Universities | Permalink  TrackBack (0)  Comments (6)


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