Tags » ITunes U

ADE Global Institute 2014 – Post 3: The Week Wrap-up

Well, the week is up. I will add some more detailed posts in the coming days, but as I wait for my plane out of here I thought I would add some details of the more technical stuff I got up to. 400 more words

ITunes U

Being an educator just got a bit more powerful...

Apple updated iTunesU app yesterday, and wow – is it getting even more fun for educators. Included in this latest update is the ability for any educator to create their own courses – right from their iPad! 436 more words

Ideas

iTunes U App 2.0 Update

Apple has updated iTunes U  to version 2.0. According to Apple, “iTunes U courses let teachers give each class a customized learning experience. Teachers can create and manage their course and students can experience it all from the iTunes U app on iPad…Assignments, materials, and study notes all work together in the iTunes U app to keep students prepared for class and engaged in learning.” 201 more words

App

Apple Brings Better Discussion, iPad Course Creation To iTunes U

Apple has updated iTunes U with a bunch of new features, cranking the version number up to 2 and introducing improved discussion features and the ability to create and update courses directly from the iPad app, which previously has been mostly a user-facing client for consuming content. 244 more words

TC

Apple iTunes U is committed to creating new forums and courses from iPad

The commitment to education world by Apple is a fact. Not just for the iPad itself, which is most often used in these environments, but by the universe of available applications that can be found between the tablet is iTunes U . 300 more words

News

Apple sticks to spirit of Steve Jobs with latest iTunes U upgrades

“Computers don’t teach, teachers teach, and Apple’s sticking to Steve Job’s vision for education by providing world class tools to help teacher’s do just that — in this case an update to iTunes U that delivers powerful course creation tools to education,” Jonny Evans writes for Computerworld. 217 more words

News