Specifying a collection category and subcategory
If you are hosting content on Apple servers, you can use the feed editor to assign a category and subcategory for a collection in your site.
Categorizing content provides users a subject-based navigation method for discovering your content. iTunes U Public Site Manager displays groupings of courses and collections you associated with a particular predefined category in a category page.
To specify a category and subcategory for a collection:
Click Collections at the top of iTunes U Public Site Manager.
Click Apple Hosted in the Feed column for the collection where you want to specify a category and subcategory.
As a contributor, click Edit Feed in the Title column for the collection where you want to specify a category and subcategory.
Choose a category and subcategory from the pop-up menus.
While multiple categories can apply to your content, select the most relevant category. If the content of your collection does not match any of the categories, you should not select a category.
You can remove the category or subcategory at any time by selecting “no category / no category” from the pop-up menus.
For information on categorizing collections within a provider-hosted feed, see “Provider-hosted content.”