Video and DVD Collection
WHAT IS THE VIDEO & DVD COLLECTION AND WHO MAY USE IT?
The Video and DVD collection consists of approximately 6000 VHS and 3000 DVD titles.
Only HSU faculty, students, staff, and patrons with community borrower cards are authorized to use the video & DVD collection. Other users should use the Humboldt County Public Library and other resources available in the local community.
HSU faculty, students, staff, and patrons with community borrower cards may check out videos/DVDs. Faculty and staff can check out an unlimited number of Media materials for one week. Students may check out up to 3 titles for 3 days. There is a $1/day overdue fine per title. Community borrowers may check out up to 3 titles overnight. There is a $1/day overdue fine per title. Faculty members may renew videos/DVDs or request extended checkout, if necessary, and are encouraged to reserve videos/DVDs in advance. They may do so by calling Library Media at x5656 or sending e-mail to Kumi Watanabe-Schock.
WHERE ARE THE VIDEOS AND DVDs?
Videos and DVDs are arranged by call number on open shelves in the Media Resources Area, located on the 2nd floor of the Library.
WHERE CAN I VIEW THEM?
HSU faculty, students, and staff can view the Library's media collection in the Media Resources Area on the second floor of the Library or in Library rooms 114, 208, 311, 312, and 314 (Group Viewing Rooms). Persons using the Media Resources Area or conference rooms with viewing equipment may be asked to show a currently valid HSU ID card. The Media Resources Area has 17 stations containing a variety of video and audio equipment to review non-print materials.
The first priority for use of the equipment is for materials placed on Reserve. Students using the equipment to view non-Reserve items must relinquish their stations to those needing to view Reserve items. Rooms 208, 311, 312, and 314, which are equipped with a TV/VCR/DVD combination units, can be reserved in advance online.
HOW DO I FIND THE CALL NUMBERS?
Call numbers for videos and DVDs begin with VIDEO (eg. Video1045). Call numbers for 16mm films begin with FILM. The most up-to-date list of videos and DVDs owned by the Library is accessible via the HSU Library Catalog by selecting the New Books tab then limiting your search to Video/DVD Collection.