Saturday, March 28, 2009

YouTube EDU

Have you discovered YouTube EDU, launched earlier this week? By bringing together into one collection only material submitted to YouTube by colleges and universities, YouTube EDU makes it quick and easy to find university and law school class lectures, 200 full courses (including one in Environmental Law and Policy), and guest lectures and presentations on law and related topics given at some of the world's most prestigious universities. Many other fields, including science and psychology, are well represented among the more than 20,000 videos. You can also link to YouTube EDU from the YouTube home page. Try searching for "law," a favorite legal topic, or a professor or speaker's name. For example, Hofstra Law Professor Janet Dolgin's lecture on "Attitudes Toward Embryonic Stem-Cell Research" at Case Western University is quickly located on YouTube EDU.

Ernster, the Virtual Library Cat

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