How to use iTunes U<br />
First steps<br />You’ll need a computer with an internet connection<br />Make sure you have the iTunes software installed ...
Launch iTunes<br />You’ll see a number of choices in the left-hand-side column.<br />Click on “iTunes Store”<br />
Click on “iTunes U”<br />In iTunes 9, there’s a new tab for accessing iTunes U.<br />Click on it to go to the iTunes U par...
Find a University<br />You can browse for content from this page, or find a specific uni.<br />The list of unis can be fou...
Choose a university<br />You can find a list of all participating unis with public pages here.<br />Or you can choose a si...
Example - Open University<br />Here is the start page for the Open University.<br /><ul><li>Click on “Creativity and Desig...
Example – track listing<br />On this page you can look at individual tracks, and their accompanying PDF transcripts. If yo...
iTunes U library<br />Once downloaded, the tracks will appear in the iTunes U part of your Music library.<br />
“Subscribe”<br />If you want to download all the track descriptions, you can click “Subscribe”. This will also allow you t...
Listen!<br />To listen to a track, simply double-click on it.<br />You can move back, play/pause, move forward through tra...
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How To Use iTunes U

  1. 1. How to use iTunes U<br />
  2. 2. First steps<br />You’ll need a computer with an internet connection<br />Make sure you have the iTunes software installed on your computer<br />You can download it from here:http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/<br />
  3. 3. Launch iTunes<br />You’ll see a number of choices in the left-hand-side column.<br />Click on “iTunes Store”<br />
  4. 4. Click on “iTunes U”<br />In iTunes 9, there’s a new tab for accessing iTunes U.<br />Click on it to go to the iTunes U part of the iTunes Store.<br />
  5. 5. Find a University<br />You can browse for content from this page, or find a specific uni.<br />The list of unis can be found here.<br />
  6. 6. Choose a university<br />You can find a list of all participating unis with public pages here.<br />Or you can choose a single country<br />
  7. 7. Example - Open University<br />Here is the start page for the Open University.<br /><ul><li>Click on “Creativity and Design”</li></li></ul><li>Example – Creativity and Design<br />There are 36 tracks in the “Creative Writing” area – let’s have a look at it!<br />
  8. 8. Example – track listing<br />On this page you can look at individual tracks, and their accompanying PDF transcripts. If you want a single track, click “Get” to download it.<br />
  9. 9. iTunes U library<br />Once downloaded, the tracks will appear in the iTunes U part of your Music library.<br />
  10. 10. “Subscribe”<br />If you want to download all the track descriptions, you can click “Subscribe”. This will also allow you to download new content as it is released.<br />
  11. 11. Listen!<br />To listen to a track, simply double-click on it.<br />You can move back, play/pause, move forward through tracks, adjust the volume, or move through a track.<br />

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