University Increases Offerings on iTunesU


The University has launched a dynamic new target=_blank>iTunesU site that consolidates video and audio offerings from all University programs and academic units into a single location.

Subject matter runs the entire spectrum of the intellectual and creative experiences occurring at the College of Arts and Sciences, Sawyer Business School, and the Law School.

The University's iTunesU site includes material from the Rosenberg Institute for East Asian Studies, the Institute for Executive Education, and the Legal Practice Skills Program, as well as lectures produced by the Ford Hall Forum, to name just a few.

Among the top downloads in early November were:

  • "Lincoln's Legacy," by History Professor and Chair Robert Allison

  • "Currrent Issues in Education," from Advanced Legal Studies

  • "Science vs. Religion: Can a Scientist Believe in God? Can a Believer Think Critically?" from Distinguished Visiting Scholar James Carroll

  • "Media and Women’s Health: Sorting Fact from Fiction" from Distinguished Visiting Scholar Judy Norsigian 

Suffolk is one of a growing number of colleges and universities using the iTunes platform as a way to share information about the University with its own community and the outside world. 

Visitors to the site may download videos and lectures, listen to speaker series, attend selected classes, and view student activities throughout the University.

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Greg Gatlin

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