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How do I find a video or DVD?

Last Updated: Jul 11, 2013  |  15 Views

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CamelCat - the "Books and Media" search on the home page - is the best way to search the library's videotapes, DVDs, and CDs. In order to find a specific item you need to type the title into the quick search box, and select title from the drop down menu.

The results screen will show all of the items that match your search. Look at the top line. DVDs will say DVD and a number, CDs will say CD and a number, Videotapes will say VT and a number.

Except for those items in the Oasis collection, which are shelved alphabetically, you will need to write down the call number and go to the CMMC's Media Room to find the item.

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