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Education beyond the classroom


iTunes U is a free, hosted service for colleges and universities that provides easy access to your educational content, including lectures and interviews 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It's the most powerful way to manage a broad range of audio or video content and make it available quickly and easily to students, faculty, and staff. iTunes U also offers you the simplicity and mobility you expect from Apple because it is based on the same easy-to-use technology of iTunes Music Store.


Through iTunes U, users can download content to their Macs or PCs regardless of their location. They can then listen to and view content on their Mac or PC or transfer that content to any iOS device.

How to Access iTunes U on iTunes

  1. If iTunes is not installed on your computer, then click this link to download and install.
  2. Once installed, click "iTunes U" from the dropdown menu on the left in iTunes.
  3. Select "Universities and Colleges" from the right menu.
  4. Select "The University of Tennessee at Martin" from the list.
  1. Click this link.
  2. Click "Launch Application."

iTunesU: Podcasting Made Easy

Learn how you can provide multimedia learning content on the internet that students can download and consume on their personal computers and/or mobile mp3 players. Create audio and/or video content and enter the world of podcasting with iTunesU.


For questions or comments regarding UT Martin's iTunesU Initiative, please call the Instructional Technology Center at 881-7877.

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