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- The major divisions of video recordings are
- Feature films
- Call numbers reflect title arrangement PN 1997
- Typically movies shown in theatres, etc.
- Non-fiction films
- Call numbers are the same as would be used on comparable books
- The other divisions of video recordings are
- Silent films
- Call numbers reflect title arrangement PN 1995.7
- Foreign films
- Call numbers reflect title arrangement by original language title PN 1995.9.F67
What you need to know
- To find video recordings using the Classic Catalog
- Change the "View Entire Collection" value to "Videos & DVD"
- This will permit searching by keyword, title, author, subject, etc. limited to just video recordings
- Using our new interface enter your search terms in the Books tab search box
- On the left menu limit click on "VIDEOS" in the Format box
- Or click on "Videos & DVD" in the Collection Box
- Or click on either "Feature Films" or "General Films" in the Location box
- The media rooms located across from the Circulation Desk are equipped to play DVDs. Inquire at the Circulation Desk
- Because the check out period is less than for books it is important to keep track of the due date
Music and Spoken Word CDs
- CDs are shelved by call numbers corresponding to comparable books and sheet music
- Music CDs have call numbers in the M's and most spoken word CDs have call numbers in the P's
- To find CDs using the Classic Catalog
- Change value from "View Entire Collection" to "CDs"
- If any search other than Keyword is used
- Click on "Limit/Sort Search" icon at top of screen
- Select "Media-Audio CDs" in Location box to limit to CDs
- To find CDs using our new search interface
- Enter search terms in the Books tab search box
- In Location box on left side select "Media-Audio CDs"