Yet another US university has joined Apple's iTunes U scheme, San Jose State University.

iTunes U universities are given server space on Apple's iTunes servers on which they can store and distribute audio, video and other education and university-related assets to the student body.

The University plans to release lectures, guest speeches, and locally generated history and art videos as podcasts using the service.

Stanford University and the University of Michigan are among the schools that already have their own iTunes store just for educational content.