Welcome to Arkansas on iTunes U, the latest initiative in Arkansas designed to extend learning beyond the classroom. We are one of the many universities and states to distribute educational media to the world for free through iTunes U. Explore our growing library of podcasts and find out how teachers, students, and non-profit institutions can become content providers.
Summer Contracts for Teachers
Arkansas on iTunes U is seeking teachers to create original, quality instructional content for students that will enhance the Arkansas on iTunes U library of educational media.
Apply now and submit your work sample by June 20 to earn a contract.
All Arkansas educators and students are encouraged to submit their best lessons, classroom demonstrations, and more! Help us build a library of content for students in the classroom, at home, and on the go.
Teachers from all over the state have contributed a variety of new collections in several subject areas.
Take a video speed tour of teacher-created content from 2011.
School administrators often prefer to only allow users to visit the iTunes U section of iTunes, preventing commercial music & video downloads while on campus. Fortunately, iTunes offers this capability to network administrators through the Windows registry.The DIS state web filter does not block iTunes access
Arkansas on iTunes U is managed by the Arkansas Department of Education.
Please contact Shelley Dirst (email@example.com) for more information.