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iTunes U 
. Public Schools of North Carolina . . State Board of Education . . Department Of Public Instruction .

ITUNES U

CONTACT :: Neill Kimrey, Director, Instructional Technology

The "North Carolina Department of Public Instruction and Partners" iTunes U site is a new tool teachers, students, and parents can use to download the latest multimedia education resources, including presentations, professional development videos, curriculum materials and more.

To date, content contributors include:

  • Office of the Governor
  • NC Department of Public Instruction
  • NC Virtual Public School
  • NC Museum of History
  • LEARN NC

To access the site, users must first download the iTunes application. There is no cost to download this application, and installation instructions are listed below.

To view North Carolina Department of Public Instruction and Partners content, paste the url http://itunes.apple.com/us/institution/north-carolina-department/id390990274 into your browser. Your computer should ask you if you want to use iTunes to open and you should select "yes."

Another way to access content is by searching for North Carolina Department of Public Instruction in the search box.

All content on iTunes U is available for PC or Mac, iPod, iPhone or iPad. Users also can subscribe to content.


Tips for Installing and Using iTunes

To listen or watch content on iTunes U, you must first install the free iTunes software on your computer.

Go to the Apple site by typing or copying the following address into your browser: http://www.apple.com/itunes/

Click on Download iTunes. Make sure that your computer meets the minimum requirements specified and click "Download Now" on the download page.

Follow the instructions as they appear on your computer to finish installation.

To view North Carolina Department of Public Instruction and Partners content, paste the url http://itunes.apple.com/us/institution/north-carolina-department/id390990274 into your browser. Your computer should ask you if you want to use iTunes to open and you should select "yes."

Another way to access content is by searching for North Carolina Department of Public Instruction in the search box.

Finally, you can listen or watch content on your computer desktop, or you can take it with you by connecting your iPod or other mp3 player.

If you need additional assistance or support with the iTunes software, please visit Apple's Support page http://www.apple.com/support/.