Middlemas Arts and Humanities Library offers open-shelf browsing access to more than 7,000 DVDs

Library users can now browse more than 7,000 DVDs in the Walter and Doris Goldstein Music and Media Center in Pattee Library, 2nd floor, West

Used for teaching, learning, and research, the Music and Media Center collection has been developed by subject librarians in support of curricular needs in the College of Arts and Architecture and the College of the Liberal Arts. The diverse collection includes Hollywood blockbusters and television series for courses in popular culture, independent films, international films, and documentaries. Titles can be found in the CAT, the online catalog, and in LionSearch. DVDs can be checked out for 1 week, and renewed if needed longer. The Music and Media Center also provides playback equipment including CD and DVD players, VCRs, and turntables, as well as computers with sound and video cards and DVD drives.

Instructors – To ensure titles needed for classes are available, instructors may place DVDs and other media on reserve for their courses via the Book/Media Reserve Request Form [https://www.libraries.psu.edu/psul/secure/forms/reservesforms/bookres.html ] or by sending an email message to the reserves team at UL-MUSIC-MEDIA-RESERVES@lists.psu.edu

Reference assistants at the Music and Media Center Desk are available to help with locating DVDs and other media across all library locations. Ask at the 2nd floor West Pattee or via ul-arts-hums-@lists.psu.edu, 814-865-3616.

For more information or if you have questions about the access provided, please contact Eric Novotny, ecn1@psu.edu or 814-865-1014.

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