iTunes U 1.2 Improves Search, Lets You Take Notes While Watching Lectures
Apple has released iTunes U 1.2 with improved search the ability to take notes while watching or listening to a lecture.
The iTunes U app gives you access to complete courses from leading universities and other schools - plus the world's largest digital catalog of free education content - right on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch. Whether you're majoring in molecular biology at a university, taking Spanish in high school, or just interested in European history, you now have a valuable tool to help you learn anytime, anywhere.
Free courses in a wide array of subjects
Take free courses created and taught by instructors from leading universities and other schools
See all assignments and updates from the instructor in one place, and check off assignments as you complete them
Take notes and highlight text in iBooks and see them consolidated for easy reviewing in the iTunes U app
Take course notes in class, or while playing audio or video lectures inside of iTunes U
Access course materials, including audio, video, books, documents & presentations, apps, and new iBooks textbooks for iPad
Share your favorite courses with friends using Twitter, Mail, and Messages
The world's largest catalog of free education content
Choose from more than 500,000 free lectures, videos, books, and other resources on thousands of subjects from Algebra to Zoology
Browse collections from education and cultural institutions in 26 countries - including Stanford, Yale, MIT, Oxford, UC Berkeley, MoMA, the New York Public Library, and the Library of Congress
What's New In This Version:
iTunes U 1.2 now makes it easy to take notes while watching or listening to a lecture. This update also adds the ability to search within posts, assignments, notes, and materials - from any of your subscribed courses - using the improved Search feature in iTunes U. It is also now simple to share your favorite courses with friends using Twitter, Mail, and Messages.
You can download iTunes U from the App Store for free.