Library today: UST Libraries tests streaming audio resources

Library today: UST Libraries tests streaming audio resources

From UST Libraries

Beginning Monday, Feb. 9, UST Libraries will start trials for two streaming audio products: DRAM (Database of Recorded American Music) and Smithsonian Global Sound. These resources will be free and available 24/7 for one month via the UST Libraries database trials page.

Watch Bulletin Today in the next couple of weeks for more detailed information about the trials, the products and how to provide feedback on their usefulness and performance. For now, just have your ears ready, and if you have questions about these resources, contact Cathy Lutz, (651) 962-5459, Susan Price, (651) 962-5011, or Conie Borchardt, (651) 962-6874.

Black History Month posters in O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center

Stop by level one of O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center during February to look at the research posters prepared by students in History 116: African American History in Global Perspective. Posters will change throughout Black History Month to highlight different themes: civil rights, music and athletics.

First-Year Computer Competency no longer required

Just a reminder to undergraduate students that UST First-Year Computer Competency components are no longer required. Read details in the Bulletin Today article published Jan. 5, 2009.