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Leading education board embraces iTunes U for schools

Students can submit assignments, get instant course updates and receive personal feedback, all direct to their own devices

24th January, 2016
Samantha Conroy, project leader for DDLETB

One of the largest Education and Training Boards in Ireland, the Dublin and Dún Laoghaire ETB is a leader in introducing e-learning throughout its 16 schools, colleges and further education centres. Earlier this month, it launched a new digital approach to learning based on the Apple iTunes U collaborative resource and app for all kinds of educational courses and content worldwide. The ‘U’ originally stood for ‘university’, but this highly successful Apple initiative has long...

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