As iTunes U, a free content-management system from Apple Computer Inc. that adapts Apple's iTunes for campus use, becomes more popular on college campuses, many schools are choosing to make their educational content available not only to students, but to the public as well.

The University of California, Berkeley, in late April announced Berkeley on iTunes U, a free service that makes video and audio recordings of course lectures available both on and off campus through Apple's iTunes Music Store.

Berkeley on iTunes U is open to the public as...

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