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At a Glance

  • Create a podcast or vodcast for students
  • Deliver course media straight to your students’ mobile devices
  • Promote public viewing of your course, departmental or program’s content


iTunes U is a part of Apple's iTunes Store featuring free lectures, language lessons, audiobooks, and more, that you can enjoy on your computer or mobile device.  KU’s iTunes U site offers access to University-wide educational, departmental, and affiliated multimedia content.  iTunes U provides KU instructors the ability to conveniently deliver content to students, the campus community, alumni, and prospective students, all around the world.

An iTunes U Course is an easy way for faculty to distribute content via KU's iTunes U site.  Students can subscribe/enroll to a course and access content directly on their mobile device. Using the iTunes Course Manager, instructors create lessons and modules featuring audio, video, documents, and eBooks.

Getting Started

KU Faculty may request an account on iTunes U Course Manager by completing this form.  For assistance with the planning, capturing or editing of your iTunes U content, contact the Budig Ten: Media Production Studio at or 864-6452.

Additional Resources

Find more information on the Technology website.

Consulting Resources

KU IT Educational Technologists provide insight and expertise in helping you choose the most effective tools and resources to meet your teaching and technology needs and achieve your desired outcome. Please contact us at 864-2600 or

The KU Center for Online and Distance Learning provides instructional design and course development services to help faculty with hybrid and online courses.  Contact them for an appointment to discuss your course project at 864-1000 or

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