Apple’s online educational catalog, iTunes U, updated its app and website on Wednesday by adding enhanced features to make it even more convenient for students and educators. Now, educators have the ability to distribute courses privately and invite students to take them. Any teacher can signup to offer courses via iTunes U. Launched in 2007, iTunes U allows member educational institutions to manage and share content for students. Shortly after the new iPad was unveiled in March, the iTunes U app was touted as being able to bring online classes to mobile. Read the full story at Mashable.
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