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HTAVC14 Creating an iTunesU Course

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This is the presentation given by Clare Rafferty and Kristi Usher @HTAV 2014 annual conference on How to create an iTunes U course

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HTAVC14 Creating an iTunesU Course

  1. 1. Creating a course using iTunes U course creator Clare Rafferty and Kristi Usher
  2. 2. https://itunesu.itunes.apple.com/coursemanager
  3. 3. • Outline is equivalent to your topic areas, sub- headings etc
  4. 4. • Materials = resources • Add materials either in posts or in materials and add/link to posts
  5. 5. • To copy a link from any iTunes store (books, music, apps, iTunesU material etc) you need to click on the arrow as shown and click copy link • Then in your iTunes u course paste the link into materials or attach a material in a post as an iTunes/ web link
  6. 6. • You add posts (information, tasks, activities etc) to each topic areas. • The number of posts is unlimited • A post is where you link learning to resources
  7. 7. • Each post needs a title - choose a topic area the post is related to • Each post has the ability to have text information and materials assigned to it ( links, images, video, apps, audio, books etc)
  8. 8. • Each post has the ability to have text information and materials assigned to it ( links, images, video, apps, audio, books etc)
  9. 9. • You can add a discussion question to topic or area of your course by clicking on the discussions tab and adding the information. You can have more than one discussion question or topic for your course.
  10. 10. sharing the course • You can share a course with 50 people via a link without publishing on the app store • You can also share creation of a course - with others so it is cooperatively created. You can do this by adding Contributors to an iTunes U Course • You can add up to 5 contributors to an iTunes U course. This will allow multiple users to collaborate on creating, editing, and publishing an

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