If you are the sort that likes to continue your education just for fun, Apple has made it easier to find courses that you can take at home and from your local high school or college or schools far away. Apple has launched a new iTunes Uapp that is designed to make it easy to find the classes you take or want to learn about. Using the app teachers can create and manage things like lectures, assignments, books, quizzes, and more to all the iOS users around the world.
This should be perfect for colleges that teach online and would help the student learn more about a subject even if the content isn't from their school. Before iTunes U update, only the students in the classroom had access to content. The new app lets students from anywhere access the content.
“The all-new iTunes U app enables students anywhere to tap into entire courses from the world's most prestigious universities,” said Eddy Cue, Apple’s senior vice president of Internet Software and Services. “Never before have educators been able to offer their full courses in such an innovative way, allowing anyone who’s interested in a particular topic to learn from anywhere in the world, not just the classroom.”
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