iTunes U is a free service which allows Colleges and Universities to easily post content, such as audio or video files, on the web. Users can then download the content to their Mac or PC, transfer the information to their iPod and listen to or view it wherever they go.
The iTunes layout, structure and user access privileges are managed by Academic Computing. The Suffolk Law School iTunes site contains both Public and Private Content:
- The public section is open to the general public to download content. Public content includes a virtual Suffolk video, information on the Admissions process, weekly writing tips from Legal Practice Skills (LPS) and Advanced Legal Studies lectures.
- The private section contains content from Faculty courses and requires an authentication process. Content linked to specific courses will need to be authenticated through Blackboard.