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Apple on Thursday announced that iTunes U, the educational arm of iTunes, has topped 1 billion downloads. […]
Two of Apple’s university partners reached significant milestones this month on the company’s free education service, iTunes U. Both Stanford and Open University reached 50 million downloads of their respective content. […]
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In researching my recent story, iTunes U: Educating the world, Apple provided me with some updated figures for its free education portal on iTunes. According to Apple, iTunes U has had more than 600 million downloads since it first launched … Continued
Apple’s iTunes software is used by millions of consumers to purchase music, videos and apps for their devices, but the software is also used by higher education institutions to educate people from around the world. iTunes U is a collection … Continued
The education section of Apple’s iTunes app, referred to as iTunes U, has just reached a new download milestone.
Everyone knows about the success of the iTunes Store and the amount of of music, video and apps that are downloaded, but there is a lesser known part of iTunes that is equally successful in its market.
iTunes U has a new contributor to its educational content. Harvard University on Tuesday launched its own content channel on Apple’s service.
One of the most popular courses on Apple’s iTunes U education portal is back for the winter quarter.
Apple’s recently released iTunes 9 may hint at an upcoming update for the company’s home media player, Apple TV.
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