“Give your students easy access to iTunes, the best digital jukebox with the #1 music download store inside for Windows and Mac users,” Apple.com reads.
“Provide your students with the best legal solution to manage, acquire, and listen to music by participating in the iTunes on Campus program. This program provides an institutional site license for iTunes and materials you can use for student communications. The program is easy-to-administer and is free.”
The iTunes on Campus program includes an iTunes institutional site license that allows your university or college to provide your students with the iTunes application, the world’s best digital jukebox, at no cost. With an institutional site license for iTunes, you have the right to distribute iTunes (both the Mac and PC versions) freely to your students and campus community. Completely cross platform, iTunes is the only music solution that all of your students can use.
This license agreement will allow you to distribute iTunes as a download from within your campus network or through individual CDs that you create. As a part of this program, Apple will also provide to you the creative artwork (for newspaper ads and flyers) about iTunes that you can use to tell students about iTunes.
Authorized representatives from higher education institutions are invited to register online. Once registered, you will receive everything you need to distribute the iTunes software application and supporting material to tell your students about iTunes. Download the iTunes application immediately, and sign and return to Apple an iTunes site license agreement within 10 days.
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