Frances Smith tunes in to the radio at her home in Fayetteville, circa 1928. Carl Smith, photographer/Ada Lee Shook Collection (S-98-85-1080)
Our podcast series is offered through iTunes U, a part of the iTunes Store that features free lectures, videos, books, and podcasts from learning institutions all over the world.
Shiloh Museum of Ozark History on iTunes U gives you access to lectures, slideshows, PDFs, video podcasts, exhibit tours, and teaching materials to download and enjoy on a Mac or PC, iPad, iPhone, or iPod. If you already have iTunes on your computer or mobile device, you're ready to visit Shiloh Museum on iTunes U. If you don't have iTunes, all you need is this free download.
Our iTunes U content is organized into these topics (called "Collections" on iTunes U).
- About the Shiloh Museum
- Business, Industry, and Commerce
- In Peace and War
- Native Americans
- Schools, Churches, and Organizations
- Sports and Outdoor Recreation
If you have questions or comments about our iTunes U offerings, contact our outreach coordinator, Susan Young.
Our video podcasts are also available on YouTube.
You are free to share (copy and/or distribute) the Shiloh Museum's iTunes U content under the following conditions:
- You must attribute the work to the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History and provide the podcast name and web page address.
- You may not use the podcast for commercial purposes.
All other rights are reserved by the Shiloh Museum, unless specifically stated otherwise in the episode description.