You and your students can only access your iTunes U course through Blackboard. If you want your course to be in the public area and not accessed through Blackboard, then contact Ron Schildknecht.
Everyone listed as instructor for the course in Blackboard has editing rights to the iTunes U course.
iTunes U uses Course pages to display public or non-public audio, video, and PDF content files instructors, staff, or students upload. Course pages can be organized into groups, displayed as tabs, to help manage content.
The following illustration shows a Course page design and layout.
When editing a Course page, keep the following in mind:
- For optimal display within iTunes and iPod, the course image should be a minimum of 300 pixels square, or 300 pixels tall by 300 pixels wide. Course images must be JPEG, PNG, or GIF with appropriate file extensions (.jpg, .jpeg, .png, .gif).
- Course pages inherit the theme, including background, regular text, and Links box colors, specified by your site administrator in the Edit Themes page.
- If you create a Links box with no links, iTunes U displays only the empty Links box when you are editing the Course page.
To edit a Course page, click a course title or thumbnail image in a Public Feature or Welcome page, and then click Edit Page in the Tools area of the Course page you want to update.
When you’re done editing the page, click End Editing.
For more information, visit the iTunes U Support page, which you can find links to discussion boards, frequently asked questions, and several user guides, including the iTunes U User’s Guide, which is available in .html format and as a .pdf.