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- Files must be less than 500 megabytes (MB)
- Audio file formats: .mp3 or .m4a
- Video file formats: .mp4, .m4v, or .mov
- How to Podcast: Step-by-Step Instructions
- How to Vodcast: Step-by-Step Instructions
- How to Upload to Bucks site on iTunes U: Step-by-Step Instructions/
From Campus: To upload files to Bucks' iTunes U site use this link. If a security screen appear, click continue to the site. Note: If a security dialogue box appears, click Continue to Page.
From Off Campus: To upload files to Bucks' itunes U site use this link. If a security screen appears, click continue to the site. Note: If a security dialogue box appears, click Continue to Page.
iTunes U is a free site hosted by Apple Computers for use in education. Students can subscribe and sync iTunes U with any iPod or MP3 player, iPhone, or computer and podcasts and vodcasts will automatically download when they turn on or sign on.
iTunes U provides easy access to your educational content, including lectures, tutorials, and interviews 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Faculty can record material and post at their iTunes U site. For more information about iTunes U visit the official iTunes site.
- Apple Education's Overview for Instructors. Provides information about iTunes U, file formats, content and how to manage your course page.
- Browse iTunes Tutorials Watch demonstrations from Apple iTunes.
- Creating Content for iPod + iTunes Guide from Apple Education
- Apple iTunes podcasts Free podcasts, rates top picks
- Exclusively from universities.
- Beyond the campus Apple is now featuring edifying material from such institutions as The New York Public Library, the 92nd Street Y, National Science Digital Library, and the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Also in the mix, you’ll find podcasts from the ResearchChannel and iTunesU.
Copyright As with any other form of media or medium. If you are going to quote from a book, use lyrics from a song, or a song clip as part of your Podcast, you need to be sure that proper credit is given and that there is no violation of use.
- Creative Commons - a not for profit organization which offers flexible copyright licenses for creative works. At this site there is also a definitive guide to copywrite as it pertains to Podcasting.
- iTunes U Copyright Overview includng fair use, public domain and the TEACH Act information applied to podcasting.
- iTunes U and Accessibility