Searching your iTunes U site
Users can use the search field (in the upper-right corner of the iTunes window) to quickly locate content in your site. When users search for content within your site, iTunes displays results that contain the text entered based on matches within specific fields, including collection title, item title, author, comments, lyrics, and description.
To find an item in your site:
Click the search field and type the text you want to find.
Press the Return key.
In the top half of the Search Results window, iTunes displays up to four unique iTunes U Public Site Manager pages that contain the most relevant matches to the text you entered (for example, an item title match has a higher relevance than an information field match).
In the item list of the Search Results window, iTunes displays the items that contain the text you entered, sorted by relevance.
Click a page in the Search Results window to display the associated page.
To see all your items again, click the Back button at the top of the iTunes Store window.
To add additional keywords for search:
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 add keywords.
As a contributor, click Edit Feed in the Title column for the collection where you want to specify an initial category and subcategory.
Click Channel in the feed editor.
Type up to 12 keywords users can use to search for your content. For example, you can specify common title misspellings.
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