Class Agenda Session 2:
(Please take breaks as needed)
Please bring your Music CD's and Photos on a Jump Drive to class

Today we will:
  • Explore iTunes (Music, Applications, Podcasts, iTunesU and more)
  • Import CD's and create Playlists
  • Sync Photos, Music and more to our iPads

What is iTunes?

iTunes is a free application for your Mac or PC. It organizes and plays your digital music and video on your computer. It keeps all your content in sync. And it’s a store on your computer, iPod touch, iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV that has everything you need to be entertained. Anywhere. Anytime.

iTunes A to Z

Save this to your computer and add to your iTunes library in the book section.
Make sure you have the iBooks app to view the PDF.

Featured Tutorials****

Using iTunes to Manage Music, Applications, Photos and Books:
  • Import your Music CD's (Change the Import Settings)
  • Create a Playlist
  • Import Photos & Create a Photo folder on your desktop
  • Sync Music & Photos to your iPad

Assignment #4 Audiobooks / E-Books
Using the iBook Application, or any other E-Book Application, find two e-books. One e-book for personal use and one for educational use in your classroom. You may use part of a book to teach a concept. Another idea would be to search for a Free Digital Textbook that you can use with your students.
On your wiki, using APA citation, list the two books you have found.

Assignment #5 iTunes U
Explore iTunesU, find a Podcast or Vidcast or other educational content for use in your educational setting. If you can, on your wiki upload the link. Next, describe in 2-3 sentences how you will use it in your classroom, include a description of the content and what benefits you see with iTunesU. Sync your iPad with your iTunes account add the Podcast / Vidcast.