I am taking four classes this semester - Programming in C, Programming in Java, Calculus and Data Structures, and it seems like the Data Structures class will probably be the most challenging. I thought I would benefit from supplementing the class with books, and perhaps even better, video tutorials (i.e. Lynda, etc.). I seem to do much better with video tutorials, in general.
Also, it would be preferable to have a book/course/etc. based in C or C++, since that is what the class is basing it on. I looked at the UC Berkeley Data Structures lectures on YouTube, and have the Data Structures and Algorithms video tutorial from VTC.