Several states add free content to iTunes U

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The State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA) has made free K-12 focused content available on Apple’s iTunes U.

Participating states Arizona, Florida, Maine, Michigan, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Utah have begun sharing their resources. In addition several school districts, museums and other educational institutions from those areas are also sharing content.

Apple uses the iTunes Store platform as a way for higher education colleges, universities and other educational institutions to share their content with users around the world.

Many countries participate in iTunes U with a variety of topics being covered. Video and audio presentations are available as free downloads.

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