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Will I have to pay to access UNESCO on iTunes U?

No. You may freely preview and download all of the content from UNESCO on iTunes U.

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How do I access UNESCO on iTunes U?

First, make sure you have the most current version of iTunes installed on your Mac or PC computer. To download the application, visit to www.apple.com/itunes. Also make sure that you are running the most current update of your system software.

Next, launch the iTunes application and click on “iTunes Store” in the source list. Select "iTunes U" in the top left navigation area, and click on “UNESCO” on the resulting page. Alternatively, you can go directly to our iTunes U page via the "Open UNESCO on iTunes U" link at itunes.unesco.org

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Is UNESCO's content part of the iTunes Music Store?

Yes! You may now search for and access UNESCO content directly in the iTunes Store. Look for UNESCO in the “iTunes U” section.

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What are podcasts?

"Podcasting" refers to a push-pull delivery technology (namely RSS feeds) for downloading digital media files. You may subscribe to any of our collections by clicking on the "Subscribe Free" button on the collection page. You may also copy the subscription link and paste that URL into your favorite podcast aggregator.

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Where in iTunes is the content I downloaded from UNESCO on iTunes U?

Currently, users may access UNESCO content in the iTunes Store via direct download and progressive download previews. Content downloaded from UNESCO on iTunes U appears in a smart playlist called "UNESCO" in the playlists section of the iTunes application.

In the near future, we plan to introduce RSS feeds to select parts of the site which may be subscribed to and found in the "Podcasts" section of the iTunes application.