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Blume Library: Videos

How to Find Videos in Discover

1. Where are the videos (DVDs) in the library?

Videos are shelved behind the Circulation Counter on the 2nd Floor. Please ask staff members for the video you want.  

2. How do I find out if the Blume Library has a video on a particular subject?

  • Search Discover for a word or phrase. Ex: science fiction.
  • Limit your search under Source Types to "Videos". 
  • Limit to "Available in the Library Collection" if this option is not already chosen. 

3. How do I find out if the Blume Library has a specific video title?

  • Search Discover by title of the video.  Choose "TI Title" from the drop-down box next to your search.  
  • Limit your search under Source Types to "Videos".

4. Can I browse a list of videos the Blume Library owns?

Yes, a list of recently purchased videos is available at the Circulation Counter. The Library Catalog also includes a list of new videos

5. Are there rules to follow when viewing/using library videos?

The American Library Association provides guidelines for the use of videos owned by libraries. We ask that our library users follow the guidelines of fair use to avoid copyright infringement.

6. Does the Blume Library provide streaming video content?

Yes. You can find more information on the Video: Streaming and DVD page.  Be aware that streaming videos generally are not owned by the library and can only be rented by the library for a short period of time for classroom use.  

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