Stanford on iTunes U provides access to a wide range of Stanford-related audio and video content via the iTunes Store, Apple's popular online music, video, and podcast service.
The project includes two sites:
- A public site with Stanford courses, faculty lectures, event highlights, music, sports, and more._
- An access-restricted site for the Stanford community which includes:
Academic Use of iTunes U
Kim Hayworth, the Academic Technology Specialist and Manager of the Academic Technology Lab (ATL) in Stanford University Libraries and Academic Information Resources (SULAIR), has been working actively with instructors who want to learn how to produce their own audio and video content for teaching. She continues to be available for consulting (firstname.lastname@example.org). (See also The Academic Technology Specialist Program: Digital Art and Diskurs '07 in this issue.) Jeremy Sabol, Academic Technology Specialist for the Center for Teaching and Learning is also available to help instructors think about how audio and video might enhance their teaching practices.
Stanford Community iTunes U Space
In addition, members of the Stanford community can share audio/video content with the entire campus via the Stanford Community iTunes U space. This Stanford-only space is intended for content of more local interest, with access via a SUNet ID.
For More Information
If your department or program would like to include audio or video content on Stanford's public iTunes U site, please visit:
If you'd like to get a CourseWork-linked iTunes page for a course or add materials to the community site, please contact Jeremy Sabol (jsabol@stanford).