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  • Use iTunes U to view or download educational materials, including free lectures, videos, books, and other resources on thousands of subjects. On tablets, smartphones, and other mobile devices, the optimal way to access iTunes U content is through a mobile app. Access iTunes on iPhone, iPod Touch...
  • Use iTunes U to view or download educational materials, including free lectures, videos, books, and other resources on thousands of subjects. You can access iTunes U content through the iTunes application on your computer or through a provided iTunes U link. All Mac OS X computers come with iTunes...
  • Use iTunes U to view or download educational materials, including free lectures, videos, books, and other resources on thousands of subjects. You can access iTunes U content through the iTunes application on your computer or through a provided iTunes U link. These instructions were developed using...
  • Java, a runtime environment that works "behind the scenes" to let you use many Web sites, online services, and applications, is no longer built in with Macintosh operating systems. Apple's October 2012 software update removes the Java plugin from all Web browsers. Following recent security...
  • iTunes U provides access to educational materials, including free lectures, videos, books, and other resources on thousands of subjects. More than 1,000 colleges, Universities, K-12, and cultural organizations have an active iTunes U presence. About half of these institutions make their content...