iTunes U Surpasses 100 Million Downloads Milestone

Apple’s educational platform, iTunes U, has recently surpassed a significant milestone with over 100 million downloads. This section of the iTunes Store offers an array of educational content at no cost, including lectures, language lessons, and audiobooks, provided by more than 175 prestigious institutions such as Princeton, UCLA, Harvard, MIT, and Oxford, among others.

One of the standout contributors to iTunes U’s success is Open University, a UK-based distance learning institution.

They offer a wide range of programs including Arts and Humanities, Business and Management, and Science. Open University boasts approximately 150,000 undergraduate and over 30,000 postgraduate students.

For more details, visit their iTunes link.

Additionally, if you haven’t yet seen Steve Jobs’ moving commencement speech at Stanford University, it’s available for download on iTunes. During this speech, Jobs shared his personal experiences and battles, including his diagnosis with cancer.

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