[LINK] iTunes hits Australian higher learning [SEC=UNOFFICIAL]

Egan, Gerard Gerard.Egan at ato.gov.au
Thu Jun 5 10:01:37 AEST 2008


'...And presumably ipods and iphones will become the only way to access
these universities' lectures."

Why presume that - the files should be usable on any reasonable mp3 or
mp4 player (may need a convertor for the video files depending on your
player). I've been using the USA iTunes univ files for a while.

iTunes us just a distributor of the files.


-----Original Message-----
From: link-bounces at mailman1.anu.edu.au
[mailto:link-bounces at mailman1.anu.edu.au] On Behalf Of Brendan Scott
Sent: Wednesday, 4 June 2008 22:01
To: link
Subject: Re: [LINK] iTunes hits Australian higher learning

Bernard Robertson-Dunn wrote:
> iTunes hits Australian higher learning By Ashley Clark iTNews
> 4 June 2008 01:53PM
> http://www.itnews.com.au/News/77563,itunes-hits-australian-higher-lear
> ning.aspx
> Students in Australia and New Zealand will now be able to take the 
> classroom anywhere with the adoption of Apple's iTunes U at seven 
> universities in the region.
> iTunes U makes audio and video curriculum from lecturers available for

> students to sync with their iPods or iPhones, so they can carry 
> learning materials anywhere they go and use them on their own time.

And presumably ipods and iphones will become the only way to access
these universities' lectures. 

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