U of L debuts on iTunes U

Anybody who's anybody seems to be connected to Apple's iTunes so it only made sense that if the University of Lethbridge wanted to better connect with its students, it too would have to align itself with the indispensable download service.

Now, through iTunes U, students, staff and faculty can access a variety of University of Lethbridge programming at their own convenience, 24 hours a day. Guest lectures, significant media events, seminar series, convocation and much more are all available through the new service. Simply download content to your computer; sync your iPod or iPhone and a variety of U of L content is available to you wile you walk, drive or even work out in the gym.

For those who already have iTunes, simply click on iTunesU to check out the new service. If you're new to iTunes, it's easy to get involved. Head to this iTunes link and download the version of iTunes for free that works with your system. Both Mac and PC versions are available.

The Curriculum Re-Development Centre (CRDC) is working hard to add fresh content to the site every week and is open to content suggestions. To help out with the development of iTunesU content, send suggestions to the CRDC at or give them a call at 403-380-1856.