Duke Freshmen Use iPods for Classes and Tunes
The iPods have been used mostly for recording lectures and interviews and replaying them on the go. Other academic uses include analyzing music, not only in a music theory course but also in engineering labs, which examined music from the standpoint of its sound properties.
"Students' private use of the devices is OK, O'Brien said, as long as it doesn't violate copyright or other laws."
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ABC 11 Eyewitness news, publication date: 08 February 2005