Answered By: Pollak Library Guides
Last Updated: Sep 24, 2017     Views: 191

This page shows you three ways to find VHS videos, CDs, DVDs, films, records and other audiovisual materials in the Library Catalog. Students may check CDs out for 7 days; other audiovisual materials may be used in the library only. Faculty may check CDs out for 7 days and check other items out for two days.

 

1. Limit your search in OneSearch  to "Audio Visual."

From the advanced search screen in OneSearch, select the "Audio Visual" option from the drop-down menu under the "Material Type" section located to the right of the first search line. After running the search, you may limit further by using available options under the "Resource Type" section on the left-hand side of the results list.

 

2. Search your topic in OneSearch and then limit by resource type. 

After running the search, you may limit by using available options under the "Resource Type" section on the left-hand side of the results list.

 

3. Use OneSearch to do a keyword search using an audiovisual term.

Examples:
wizard of oz AND vhs
shakespeare AND dvd
hoffman dustin AND laserdisc
japan AND videorecording
(all video formats except 16 mm film)
mozart AND soundrecording (CDs, cassettes and vinyl LPs)

Limit as needed using available options under the "Resource Type" section on the left-hand side of the results list.