[Videolib] College Access Videos? Any idea?

Gary Handman (ghandman@library.berkeley.edu)
Wed, 23 Aug 2006 08:54:17 -0700

>Hi all

Any ideas for a colleague at UC Irvine?

Gary

>At 05:03 PM 8/22/2006, Woo, Christina wrote:
>>Gary -
>>Any advice you can offer would be welcome. At UCI the
>>bibliographers almost always buy specific videos faculty
>>request. We don't go out "looking for them" the way we build our
>>print collections. Any particularly good websites or companies
>>with online catalogs? Thanks for pointing me and Leticia in the
>>right direction(s).
>>
>>- Christina (bibliographer for Education and Chicano/Latino Studies
>>and a few other depts...)
>>
>>On 8/18/2006 4:13 PM, Leticia Oseguera wrote:
>>
>>>
>>>
>>>Hi Chrsitina:
>>>
>>>I hope your summer is going well. I hope you can help me with some
>>>searching for class videos. I am again teaching my course on
>>>college access. We had spoken briefly about searching tips for
>>>videos on the topic of college admissions, college access, and
>>>college retention. Can you suggest some useful sites that I might
>>>begin a search for videos of this nature? FYI, anything related to
>>>students of color is preferable as well but I am open to other videos.
>>>
>>>

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