Students at the University of Michigan's School of Dentistry use their iPods and MP3 players for more than just listening to music--they also listen to class lectures and review notes with a student-run project that uses iTunes technology for academic purposes.


UM-Dentistry uses iTunes U, a free content-management system from Apple Computer, to post audio recordings of class lectures online. Students can preview a lecture recording, download an individual lecture, or subscribe to have downloads delivered to their computers or MP3 players automatically.


The program represents yet another example of how schools across

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