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Learningtogo Podcasts Now on iTunes!


This week we passed a significant milestone by joining iTunes. Starting immediately, you can access the entire archive and all future programs right on our site, as always, or directly via iTunes. Subscribing to our feed on iTunes ensures that you will never miss another program.

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The eBook and the iTune


How is an ebook like an iTune? I asked my techno-savvy friends this questions recently and for the most part received blank stares. The answer was obvious to me. They are both products of The Digital Revolution.

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Share a Camtasia Studio Video in the iTunes Store.

TechSmith Camtasia

An easy way to share these types of Camtasia Studio videos with a team, class or other group is through iTunes. Its nice because others can subscribe to your videos in iTunes and then automatically get the updates. Share a Camtasia Studio Video in the iTunes Store** With Camtasia Studio, you can produce an iPod or iPhone video (.m4v)

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iTunes U

Take an e-Learning Break

iTunes U is a part of the iTunes Store featuring free lectures, language lessons, audiobooks, and more, that you can enjoy on your iPod, iPhone, Mac or PC. Explore over 200,000 educational audio and video files from top universities, museums and public media organizations from around the world. Check it out: [link]

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SCORM vs Tin Can API: The difference between compact discs and iTunes


The post SCORM vs Tin Can API: The difference between compact discs and iTunes appeared first on ProProfs Learning and Knowledge Management Resources. As a result, a learning management system that supports both these standards is more useful for organizations working with different kinds of training software.

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Bad Apple

E-Learning Provocateur

It seems like ancient history now, but last Christmas I received a $20 iTunes card from a work friend. I was very pleased to receive it, as I usually buy songs from iTunes with my credit card – and that can tick over in the blink of an eye. Obviously I hadn’t handled an iTunes card in a while. Yes, he said fax.

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Free e-learning tutorials on iTunes and YouTube

e-Learning Academy

The E-Learning Academy team releases free introductory e-learning tutorials through iTunes, YouTube and the E-Learning Academy blog. The podcasts provide learning practitioners with practical tips on a range of e-learning strategies and technologies for organisational learning. New podcasts are released every 3-4 weeks.

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