By Deane Barker on May 10, 2008

Apple – Education – iTunes U: This is the audio version of OpenCourseWare, I suppose. Apple has gotten a bunch of high-end schools to contribute lectures to iTunes, which are available for download, and appear to be free (I didn’t find any with prices attached, at any rate).

iTunes U delivers easy, 24/7 access to educational content from hundreds of top colleges, universities, and educationally focused organizations across the country. And it’s accessible to anyone with a Mac or PC.

I didn’t find anything that jumped out at me as interesting, but there are some great schools represented: MIT, Yale, DePaul, Carnegie Mellon, etc.



  1. There is a great series (I think its 3 lectures) about Intellectual Property law by the guy who published the deCSS code. Jeremy something or other. I believe its listed in the MIT computer science section.

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