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I heard that the City Arts & Lectures program archive is available through the Library. How do I access it?

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Posted: 16 Nov, 2009
by: Booth C.
Updated: 16 Nov, 2009
by: Booth C.
As mentioned in the San Francisco Chronicle, the UC Berkeley Library has created an online archive of City Arts & Lectures. These are available to the general public on computers in our libraries (we suggest bringing your own headphones).  Under the terms of our license agreement, only current Cal students, faculty, and staff members can also access them online from off campus.

To call up a list of the programs, go to our OskiCat library catalog and search: city arts and lectures. Click on the title of a program, then look for the link labeled "Restricted to UCB".  Clicking on this link should start the program using RealPlayer software. Cal students, faculty, and staff wishing to listen to these programs using off-campus computers should have either the Virtual Private Network (VPN) software or the proxy server setting active. For more information on these options, see Connecting from Off Campus.

Read this Library News article for troubleshooting tips and more information.

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