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Apple expands educational content into new markets

Apple announced that it has expanded access to iBooks Textbooks and iTunes U Course Manager into new markets worldwide, including markets in Asia, Latin America, and Europe. iBooks Textbooks are now available in 51 countries, and iTunes U Course Manager, which lets educators create and distribute courses for their classes, or share the courses publicly, is now available in 70 countries. “The incredible content and tools available for iPad provide teachers with new ways to customize learning unlike ever before,” Apple SVP Eddy Cue said in a release. “We can’t wait to see how teachers in even more countries will create their new lesson plans with interactive textbooks, apps and rich digital content.”

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