Pace on the Go!

What do Joe Biden, Bill Clinton, the Writing Center, and flubber have in common? They’re all featured in Pace on iTunes U!

Sponsored by the Center for Teaching and Learning in Technology (CTLT), Pace on iTunes U combines rich new media with innovative teaching and research making it is possible for every Pace faculty member and researcher to effectively and efficiently provide podcast course material to students, colleagues, fellow researchers, as well as the local and global community. 

There you’ll find everything from speakers at Pace and Commencement addresses to useful tips from the Writing Center and Library to home experiments like making flubber and ice cream to digitally-remastered interviews of Pace College Radio in the 1960s, and so much more!

In addition to new audio and video content, the site features other enhancements, including keyword searching, a subject-based index of recordings, and a listing of featured contributors.

The Pace community, alumni, and the general public can access Pace on iTunes U at http://itunes.pace.edu. Since the site debuted in October 2008, all recordings have been—and currently are—available to the public and can be downloaded at no charge.

Users can download and play the recordings on their Mac or PC computers or transfer them to an iPod, iPhone, or iPad with just one click; and experience it on-the-go, anytime, making learning from a lecture just as simple as enjoying music.

If you have content you’d like to submit contact Julio Rodriguez, courseware designer and manager of the Pace on iTunes U project, at jrodriguez3@pace.edu. For more information, click here.