If you use iTunes U in order to view and listen to courses, you may have noticed that some of those courses have support for closed captioning. For users with disabilities, iTunes U also allows you to turn on closed captioning by default so whenever it's supported, it will use it.
If you use iTunes U in order to keep up with courses and class material, there will probably come a time when you've watched everything and completed assignments. That means you probably have no need to keep it on your iPhone or iPad any longer. If you want to free up some space, you can always delete them just as easily as you downloaded them.
iTunes U makes it easy to download and subscribe to any courses you'd like. While not all courses come with assignments and material, some do. If you decide you'd like to complete assignments or want to download additional material, here's how to find out if any is available in iTunes U and download it directly to iBooks.
If you use iTunes U in order to subscribe to or download courses, you're probably already familiar with how it works and how to browse for items that interest you. There may come a time when you run across a course or individual class that you think may interest someone else.
iTunes U lets you subscribe to courses quickly and easily but there may come times when you don't necessarily want to subscribe to an entire course. You're also given the option to download individual classes within those sections if you choose too.
iTunes U offers a wealth of knowledge and for the most part, a lot of it is free. This means you can download courses and lectures on a vast array of topics and subjects without ever having to actually step foot in a classroom. Whether you want to brush up on a topic you've already studied or would like to learn something new, there's something for everyone.
Follow along and we'll walk you through how to subscribe to an iTunes U course directly from your iPhone or iPad.