Media Resources Collection has 22 videos available for viewing online

Media Resources Collection has 22 videos available for viewing online

The Media Resources Collection, a department of the O’Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center, announces that it now has 22 videos available online. These videos can be watched on your office, home, residence hall or classroom computer. If you prefer to use the physical video, visit Room 309, O’Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center. Media Resources Collection is working on other projects to make more videos accessible via video streaming.

Click on a title below to view one of the online videos. When the CLICnet Web page comes up, see “Connect To” and click on “UST Online.” You then will be able to log on and view the video. In some cases due to heavy demand, e.g., the video, “A Class Divided,” may have to try back later.

Here are the titles available online:

A Class Divided

Al Qaeda's New Front

An Ordinary Crime

Beyond Baghdad

Burden of Innocence

China in the Red

Dangerous Prescription

Diet Wars

Dying To Be Thin

Hillary’s Class

In Search of Al Qaeda

Inside the Teenage Brain

Is Wal-Mart Good for America?

Life’s Greatest Miracle

Medicating Kids

Memory of the Camps

Merchants of Cool

School, the Story of American Public Education

Tax Me If You Can

The Persuaders

The Plea

Truth, War and Consequences

Additional online videos will be added each semester. UST faculty and students can check the Media Resources Collection Web site for updates and new additions.

If you have any questions, contact: Cindy Badilla-Melendez, media resources librarian, (651) 962-5464.