Huron unveils iTunes U site

February 29, 2012

Huron University College announced yesterday its new presence on iTunes U, a specialized area of Apple's iTunes store that allows educational institutions to produce audio and visual content available for free download. Currently used primarily for public lectures and weekly Chapel services, Huron's iTunes U account allows the Western University affiliate to maintain its intimate environment with rigorous academics, while also showing a willingness to adopt original approaches to pedagogy. "Through iTunes U, Huron is able to broaden its reach in an inherently progressive way," says principal Stephen McClatchie. "Collections available on our iTunes U site will allow us to reach out to the broader community by providing access to the exciting research and teaching taking place at Huron." Huron News