Yale Law School Enrolls in iTunes U
Yale Law School is now part of iTunes U, a portal on the iTunes Store website that allows institutions of higher education to get their audio and video content out to the public. Classroom lectures, presentations by invited guests, commencement speeches, performances, and other live events are among the many university offerings available on the site, which has previously focused on music, movie, and television content. Visitors to iTunes U may click on the Yale Law School icon and access such things as NYU Law Professor Jeremy Waldron’s lecture series on foreign law in American courts, Theodore Sorensen’s discussion of JFK’s foreign policy approach, and Carla Hills’ talk on the Gerald Ford presidency. For instructions on how to access iTunes U, visit http://opa.yale.edu/netcasts.aspx.