updated 03:40 pm EDT, Wed June 14, 2006
iTunes U adds schools
Apple's iTunes U service for Universities has seen widespread adoption in the recent past, with three more schools joining its ranks from the end of May through June. Duke University's Fuqua School of Business in North Carolina today launched a website that allows users to download Fuqua speeches, interviews, and conference presentations to their iPods. North Carolina Central University (NCCU) in early June became the first North Carolina system to join iTunes U. The faculty of NCCU has elected to utilize iPod technology in their delivery of instruction to teacher education majors, according to Newswise. The Daily Review reports that Ohlone College announced that in September it will make class lectures and other educational content available on iPods, joining iTunes U with an increasing number of educational institutions moving to digital instruction over the internet.