This blog was established by the Digital Learning Lab to provide information that supports Black America’s efforts to close the Digital Divide. Its original name "HBCU-Levers" reflected its initial focus on HBCUs. Its scope has broadened to include community-based groups that enhance the computational thinking skills of Black Americans and the networks of successful Black techs who support each others’ efforts to achieve even greater success.
Which of the 106 HBCUs are on iTunes U? The following HBCUs were found on the list of members displayed by running the app for iTunes U on an iPad Mini. As higher education becomes more mobile whether the courses are blended or 100 percent online, course delivery will shift from PCs and laptops to tablets, phablets, and smart phones. While iTunes is not the only mobile platform, it will probably remain one of the most important for the foreseeable future.