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iTunes U

Colllege of Charleston on iTunes U provides access to audio and video course materials, lectures, news, performances, special events, and more through the iTunes application. Users can download the content to their Mac or PC, transfer the information to their iPod, iPad, iPhone or other mobile device and listen to it or view it any where and at any time.

You will need the free iTunes software in order to access iTunes U. Please download at http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/.

iTunes U Contributors

Contributor access is limited to adding and editing the set of collections defined by a site administrator or added by the contributor. More than one contributor can sign in at the same time to add and edit content in an iTunes U Public Site Manager site.

All contributors must have a valid Apple ID. Users with an existing account at Apple (iTunes Store, MobileMe, Apple Store, AppleCare) can use the same Apple ID, or can create a new account at http://appleid.apple.com.

iTunes U Contributors can login at https://itunesu.itunes.apple.com/coursemanager/.

System Requirements

iTunes U Public Site Manager requires:

  • iTunes version 9 or later for Mac or Windows

    In order to guarantee a consistent user experience, always use the latest version of iTunes.

  • Safari version 4.0.3 or later for Mac or Windows

Supported Formats

Maximum allowed file size is 1 gigabyte (GB). Audio files must be either AAC or MP3 with appropriate file extensions (.m4a, .mp3). To use specific cover artwork with an audio track, use the AAC file type format (.m4a). Video files must be MPEG-4 with H.264 compression with appropriate file extensions (.mp4, .m4v, .mov). If you are using QuickTime to create and edit video content, export your videos by choosing Movie to iPod from the Export pop-up menu in QuickTime Pro. You can also upload Portable Document Format or electronic publication files with appropriate file extensions (.pdf, .epub).

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