Educators should make the effort to familiarize themselves with the offerings made available through iTunes U. I say this as a suggestion to you and to myself. Even if you presently have several feeds coming in, it is worth the effort to see what is new. I was reminded of this when I read a short post from MacWorld concerning new material from PBS. Before I could locate the PBS material, I noticed that MITOpenCourseware has just posted a new “World is Flat” piece by Thomas Friedman. You do need iTunes (which is free), but you don’t need a Mac.
BTW – regarding the PBS material, check out the KQED series on digital storytelling.
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