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The Open University reaches new ears with audioBoo

By on Jun 4, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

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Open University content has opened up to a much wider audience across the globe, thanks to new innovations launched this week.

This means that content – including popular OU books and OU course material on subjects from learning Latin to understanding the Galaxies can be viewed and shared on a variety of digital channels.

As part of this, The Open University has also chosen audioBoo to host some 900+ pieces of Open University audio content. They say

“Being an open platform, this means that content previously only available on iTunes U is now available to all in a searchable, embeddable format. The content can also be listened to on Android, Apple and Windows mobile devices allowing us to broaden accessibility and reach a wider international audience.”

We’re delighted to have them on board.

You can browse all their audio content by subject here:

They’ve grouped their content into some fascinating playlists, visible on each subject channel. Here’s a few of our favourites:




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