Members of the University community can download podcasts or subscribe to have new podcasts automatically delivered to a computer, iPod, or iPhone by visiting Suffolk University at iTunes U.

For more information on creating content for iTunes U, see the items below.

  • Installing the iTunes Application

    iTunes is available as a free download for PCs running Windows 7 or 8, XP, or Vista, and for the Mac OS.

    1. Go to www.apple.com/itunes.
    2. Click the Download button and follow the instructions.
    3. Restart your computer and launch iTunes to complete the installation.
  • iTunes Administrator

    The iTunes Administrator is responsible for the administration and oversight of the University’s public iTunes site including: review of all iTunes U Represenatives, training for content creators, review of content, and Chairing the Suffolk University iTunes U Steering Committee. Suffolk University’s iTunes Administrator is Jesse Sterling jsterling@suffolk.edu.

  • iTunes U Representatives

    Faculty and staff interested in managing an iTunes album or section of the University's iTunes site will need to complete the iTunes U representative training.

    To learn more about becoming an iTunes U representative, review the responsibilities and obligations of iTunes U representatives.

  • Private and Public Content

    Suffolk University maintains two iTunes sites: private and public. Content on the private site is restricted to current members of the Suffolk University community and may only be accessed through the MySuffolk portal and Blackboard. Content posted to the public site is available to the general public.

    Private Content
    University policy dictates that all classroom or course related content may only appear in the private site. Until further notice, entire courses may not be presented on the public site; however, individual lectures may be considered and approved by the iTunes administrator for posting on the public site. Faculty interested in offering course content on the private site should contact their academic technology department for more details and instruction.

    College of Arts and Sciences: dial ext. 2002
    Law School: law.web@suffolk.edu or dial ext. 6285
    Sawyer Business School: Elaine Garofoli or dial ext. 1112

    Public Content
    Faculty, staff, or students may create content for the public site. Public site content may be educational or informational in nature regarding campus services and resources. It may also include news and topics of interest to the general public. Those interested in creating content for the public site may contact the iTunes U representative in their school/area for more information:

    College of Arts and Sciences: Sandy Barry
    Law School: Jesse Sterling
    Business School: Teri Malionek
    All other academic or administrative departments: Jesse Sterling

  • Compliance with University Policies

    All podcasts must comply with all of the following Suffolk University policies:

    All public content will only be uploaded upon receipt of a valid Suffolk University copyright release form by the iTunes U representative. A copy of each valid form must be delivered to the iTunes U administrator.

  • Posting and Removal of Content

    Suffolk University reserves the right to decline or remove a podcast.

    Reasons include:

    • poor audio or video quality
    • does not further the mission, purpose, or reputation of Suffolk University
    • violates University policies and procedures
    • may be in violation of the law
  • Archiving and Preserving Content

    Although Suffolk University will facilitate posting of content on iTunes U, it will not be responsible for ensuring that content is preserved or archived.

    Material posted on iTunes U resides on servers that are not owned or operated by Suffolk University. Therefore, content providers must ensure their content is preserved in a separate location.

  • Downloading Podcasts

    You can download podcasts, or you can subscribe to have new podcasts automatically delivered to your iTunes application by visiting Suffolk University on iTunes U.

    If you need additional information about using iTunes, a comprehensive help section is available when you open iTunes.

  • Contact the iTunes U Administrator

    The iTunes Administrator is responsible for the oversight of the University’s public iTunes site including: review of all iTunes U Represenatives, training for content creators, review of content, and chairing the Suffolk University iTunes U steering committee.

    If you would like to submit content to be considered for posting in the public Suffolk University iTunes U site, please contact Jesse Sterling, iTunes Administrator.