Introduction

Contents:

Who Should Read This Guide?
Organization of This Document
Getting Additional Information


iTunes U puts the power of iTunes to work for colleges, universities, and other education organizations, so users can easily search, download, and play education content just like they do music, movies, and TV shows. This guide describes how to set up an iTunes U site and manage, distribute, and control access to your institution’s content, as well as how you can organize and manage iTunes U courses and course content.

Who Should Read This Guide?

iTunes U site administrators, instructors, and other users who edit and manage existing iTunes U private sites should read this guide.

Organization of This Document

This guide is organized as follows:

In addition to the parts and sections listed above, a revision history and index are provided for your reference.

Note: Because Apple periodically releases new versions and updates to its software, images shown in this guide might be somewhat different from the images you see on your screen.

Getting Additional Information

For access to all iTunes U documentation, frequently asked questions, and support and discussion groups, see the iTunes U Support website at http://www.apple.com/support/itunes-u/ .