Sunday, 29 June 2008

UWA delivers flexible learning to students by featuring lectures on iTunesU

Various lectures, tutorials and publications from the University of Western Australia (UWA) have now been made available for free downloading on iTunes under the “iTunesU” subsection. This service will enhance the conventional iLecture (Lectopia) service provided by UWA for its students. The service will also cater for UWA students with additional interests and for non-UWA students aswell. Currently, the iTunesU – UWA service provides free educational content to anyone who has access to iTunes and includes modules on self-development, sample lectures in various disciplines and recordings of invited speakers. UWA is the first western Australian university to participate in this initiative following the trends of other Australian universities including the University of Melbourne, Australian National University and Swinburne University of Technology (Melbourne).

Follow the links below in iTunes to reach the UWA - iTunes site:
iTunes store --> iTunesU (located under iTunes STORE in a LHS panel) --> Universities & Colleges (located under Find education providers --> The University of Western Australia (located under the T subheading).


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