The University of Melbourne is now on iTunes U, with the expansion of the service internationally content is now available from Australia, New Zealand, the UK and Ireland.
The University of Melbourne is again at the forefront of a major change in education delivery in Australia, as one of the first Australian universities to bring its learning and teaching to iTunes U in the iTunes Store. 
“iTunes U will give our students and all iTunes Store visitors unprecedented access to a great range of education-related materials that they can then download freely to their computer or mobile device “, says Professor Sue Elliott, the Pro-Vice Chancellor (Teaching, Learning and Equity). 
Professor Elliott believes the University of Melbourne on iTunes U will benefit not just current students and staff, but future students, alumni and others interested in the wider University of Melbourne community. “It is going to allow millions of people world wide, with easier access to the University’s learning community, and provide high quality, engaging and informative materials that have been generated within the University. 
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Australian participants are the Australian National University (ANU), Griffith University, Swinburne University of Technology, the University of Melbourne, the University of Western Australia and the University of New South Wales.
Other new participants include the Open University and University College London (UK), the University of Otago (New Zealand), and Trinity College Dublin (Ireland). 
 University of Melbourne extends education boundaries with the launch of iTunes U (2008-Jun-04) [UniNews]
 iTunes U expands to Australia in university deals (2008-Jun-04) [iTWire]
 Apple expands iTunes U to four new countries (2008-Jun-04) [Macworld]
 Australian Universities Hit iTunes U (2008-Jun-04) [Gizmodo]