“Never before have educators been able to offer full courses in such an innovative way, allowing anyone who’s interested in a particular topic to learn from anywhere in the world,” said Eddy Cue, Apple’s senior vice president of internet software and services. “Not just the classroom.”
Schiller said Apple would add to its new iTunes U and iBooks 2 offerings, although details on when that might happen were scarce.
“There is a lot that’s talked about that might be wrong in education, and no one person or company can fix it all,” he said.
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