The Nebraska Department of Education and Apple Inc. have partnered to offer teachers a new online educational tool, reports the Associated Press. A new site on iTunes U will allow Nebraska educators to access informational videos developed by the state’s education department. The department’s education technology administrator, Mike Kozak, unveiled the project Oct. 30 at the Administrators’ Technology Conference in Kearney. Apple, which owns iTunes U, chose Nebraska as one of 10 states to initiate mobile learning at the K-12 school level. Apple provides server space for the video project at no cost. State education officials hope to use the site to provide homework help for students eventually…

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