[teknoids] Any law schools using iTunesU for class recordings?

Chapman, Ben ben.chapman at emory.edu
Wed Sep 29 15:29:23 EDT 2010


We use iTunesU for hosting video and audio generated from our classroom recording system. Our AV staff posts the materials. Like Pepperdine, we limit to Emory accounts but not to enrollments within a specific class.

Let me know if you need more information.


On Sep 29, 2010, at 1:17 PM, Phil Allred wrote:

My faculty technology committee is asking for information about how other schools are using iTunesU.   I see a number of schools use it has a promotional tool.  However, it is harder to see who uses it to distribute recordings of classes.  Are any of you out there using iTunesU to provide video or audio files of classroom lectures to your students?

Thanks in advance,

Phil Allred
CIO, Brooklyn Law School
phil dot allred at brooklaw dot edu

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