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Brian Batt

Hi Michele & welcome to Heroes,

Content created on iTunes U must be delivered in the following formats:

AAC

MP3

MP3 VBR

Protected AAC

AIFF

Apple Lossless

WAV

AA (audible.com format)

H.264 MP4

MPEG4-Video

PDF Booklets

Source:  http://images.apple.com/education/itunes-u/pdfs/iTunes_U_Creating_Content.pdf

In order to optimize delivery - especially via low-bandwidth connections -- Articulate products generate individual .swf files that are launched in the Articulate player (player shell) via a player.html file. Articulate products do not generate a single .swf-file output.

Thus, Articulate content cannot be uploaded and viewed on iTunes U.  If you'd like to see the ability to publish your Articulate content to a format compatible with iTunes U, please submit a feature request to us by using the link below:

http://www.articulate.com/support/contact/feature/

With that being said, if you're wanting to just deliver an MP3 version of your presentation, you can use the Publish to Podcast feature to accomplish that:

http://www.articulate.com/support/presenter09/?p=85

Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Hi Eveline,

I don't know about the specifics of iTunes U content, but if it's still true that it needs to be delivered in those formats, Storyline 360 now has an option to publish to video, and that would create an MP4 you could upload there. You can take a look at the trial of Articulate 360 here! 

Elizabeth Miles

Hi Eveline,

I've done this by uploading the Articulate folder to the web and creating a link in iTunes U to the story.html file.  We put iTunes U on iPads owned by the school, and when students clicked the link it launched the Articulate content.  This was before it was possible to publish as video, though.  Good luck with your project!