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Two College of Health Sciences Faculty Featured in Story about Use of iTunes U in Boise State Courses

Jeff Anderson, faculty in the Department of Respiratory Care, and Tom Turco, faculty in the Department of Community and Environmental Health, were part of a story on the use of iTunes U in March 4th edition. The story, “Prof. Lectures on iTunes” quotes both Anderson and Turco on how they use iTunes U in their courses and the advantages and disadvantages of the platform. 

Anderson and Turco are not the only College of Health Sciences faculty to use iTunes U in their courses. Other faculty in the Departments of Community and Environmental Health and Respiratory Care and in the School of Nursing are utilizing iTunes U for courses. iTunes U can be accessed by visiting; however, you must have a copy of of iTunes installed on your computer. iTunes is a free software developed by Apple.