January 30, 2012

'iTunes U' : Wonderful iphone app to take free courses from reputed Universities

Do you have an iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch? If your answer is YES, I am glad to notify about a wonderful app. 'iTunes U', a free app to complete courses from reputed Universities and Other Schools. This app constitutes the world's largest digital course catalog from reputed universities like Stanford, Harvard, Yale, MIT, Duke University etc. You can pick the interesting Courses that might be Robotics, Molecular Biology, History what ever. You can access the complete course slides and you could do assignments. I am amazed on finding this app. The iTunes app is completely FREE.

  • Take free courses created and taught by the professors from reputed Universities.
  • See all assignments and updates from instructor at one place, and check off assignments as you complete them.
  • You can take notes, highlight text in iBooks and see them consolidated for reviewing in iTunes U app.
  • Access Course materials, including audio, video, books, documentation & presentations.
The World's largest catalog of free education content:
  • Choose from more than 500,000 lectures, videos and other resources on thousands of subjects from Algebra to Zoology
  • Browse collections from the reputed institutions in 26 countries like Stanford, Yale, MIT, Oxford, UC Berkeley, MoMA, The Newyork Public library and the Library of Congress
  • iPhone, iPad, iTouch with iOS 5 or later
  • An Apple ID with an apple iStore account
  • iTunes 10.5.3 or later is required to sync with a computer
  • The selection of courses, collections, and availability of content linked may vary by country
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