2 for 1: K12 Math and ELA 006 Now Available on iTunes U

October 9, 2013 by

Calling 6th-grade teachers, students, and homeschoolers too — we have a great recipe cooked up just for you! All rhyming aside, the mobile-flavored K12ELA006 English Language Arts 6 and K12MATH006 Math 6 are now available on the Saylor Foundation’s iTunes U channel! The Course Deets: K12ELA006: This Common Core aligned English Language Arts course is geared towards sixth grade … Read More …

2 for 1: English Language Arts 8 & Advanced Statistics Now Available on iTunes U!

September 25, 2013 by

Saylor.org’s K12 learning has officially gone mobile! And what couldn’t be a better way to start off than by launching 2 courses at once? That’s right! K12ELA008 English Language Arts 8 and K12MATH014 Advanced Statistics are now available on our Saylor channel on iTunes U! The Course Deets: K12ELA008: This Common Core aligned course is … Read More …

Introduction to U.S. History: Reconstruction to the Present – Now Available on iTunes U

September 10, 2013 by

Calling all students, especially history buffs! Interested in gaining some insight on over 150 years of American history? Want to learn about the major social, political and economic changes of the second half of U.S. history for free? Then shout, “Victory!” (and maybe even do a happy dance), because our HIST212: Introduction to U.S. History: … Read More …

African Art Now Available on iTunes U!

August 30, 2013 by

“Art is a step from what is obvious and well-known toward what is arcane and concealed.” – Kahlil Gibran In other words, art is good and good for you, and a fantastic supplement to your steady diet of STEM classes. So, if you’re interested in art as it is manifested in the lifestyles, spiritualities and … Read More …

Intro to Literary Studies Now Available on iTunes U

August 6, 2013 by

If freshman composition is often considered the bane of university first-years, the introductory literature course is merely the butt of a joke. (And good luck to those who try to major in English Lit without suffering the scorn of their so-called friends with “real” majors.) A sad story, indeed, and sadder still that the cynics … Read More …