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Film/Video and Formats
The University of Lethbridge Library has many films and videos available in a variety of digital formats such as DVD, Blu-ray, and streaming. The Library also has the equipment you need to make use of these videos for personal study or class instructional purposes.
While this guide will provide you with a basic orientation to the film and video collection there are many people available to help you should you need.
For help finding a video on a particular subject ask for help at the Information and Research Assistance Desk (IRAD). For help with any of the equipment or other "technical problems" ask a Peer Assisted Technology Support Students (PATSS). If you have questions about borrowing periods or information on what you can sign out of the Library check with the General Services Desk (GSD).
Borrowing Audiovisual Equipment
Does the library lend out audiovisual equipment?
The library has audiovisual equipment for you to borrow, including:
Digital cameras and camcorders
Presentation equipment (overhead projectors, portable screens, flip charts)
Public address equipment (microphones, stands, etc.)
Stereo systems & various media players such as record, cassette, DVD, and Blu-Ray
Staff at the General Services Desk are available to assist you with booking and signing out of equipment during
. You can also library hours through the library catalogue. book equipment online
Many videos and films can be found in the media collection located on Level 10 of the Library.
Here the collection is subdivided by format (DVD, cd, vinyl...) and organized using the
Library of Congress Classification System.