Media Collection Services Have Moved to the 3rd Floor

January 30, 2014 at 10:26 am Leave a comment

Beginning this semester, services associated with the Library’s Media Collection will be coordinated through the Circulation Department.

Here’s what you need to know:

  • All media items can now be checked out at the 3rd floor Circulation Desk using a valid TU OneCard.
  • If you wish for us to have a media item held for you at the Circulation Desk, place a request via the Library Catalog or Cook OneSearch (use the “Request” button).
  • Listening and viewing stations are located on the 3rd floor near the Circulation Desk.
  • Headphones are available for checkout at the Circulation Desk using a valid TU OneCard.
  • CDs and LPs are available for checkout by students, faculty, and staff.
  • DVDs and VHS are available for in-house use by students (faculty may check out video materials for up to 3 days).
  • Assistance with the Media Collection is no longer available on the 2nd floor. Please visit the Circulation Desk for assistance.
  • Use Cook Delivers to borrow and return media materials
  • Use the Media Request form to reserve a video for use in your classroom.


Information for faculty

Additional information about Media Collection services for faculty, including classroom use and reserves, is available on the Library’s website.


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