BSU on iTunes U

Boise State on iTunes U provides a user friendly, accessible podcast distribution mechanism for the Boise State community. BSU on iTunes U makes use of the Apple iTunes U infrastructure to facilitate storage and distribution of Boise State podcast content, making it is possible for every BSU faculty, staff, and student to effectively and efficiently provide podcast content to the BSU community.

Boise State on iTunes U provides online access to a variety of Boise State course and community audio and video content, called podcasts. These podcasts will be available to our academic community through Apple's iTunes Store. We are beginning the process of creating and adding content and look forward to providing a rich resource of audio and visual materials for students, factuly, staff and the BSU community.

To learn more about the Apple iTunes U program, visit their mobile learning website.

What you'll need to listen to podcasts

To listen to or upload podcasts, you'll need to have iTunes installed on your computer. This is a free download.

  1. Go to www.apple.com/itunes/download and download iTunes for either Macintosh or Windows.
  2. Double click on the downloaded file's icon and follow the instructions provided.
  3. Restart your computer and launch iTunes.How to connect to Boise State on iTunes U

Once you've downloaded iTunes to your computer (see above), you are ready to access our Boise State iTunes U account. To do this, go to https://itc.boisestate.edu/itunesu and enter your BroncoWeb username and password. ITunes will open and you will enter the iTunes U @ Boise State welcome page.

We have divided our content between three general areas: Boise State Course Material, Boise State Life, and Boise Community. Click on any icon and you will be taken to the page listing all podcasts for that course or subject area. You can subscribe to these podcasts by clicking the "Subscribe" button. Your content and any new content will then be viewable in the Podcasts link on your iTunes U library.

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