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How do I find databases that have videos?

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From our library homepage, the Research Databases page offers access to databases of articles, abstracts, dissertations and more.

Toward the bottom of the Research Databases page, there is an option to search by material types. Click on "video" there to see some databases with videos.

We also have physical copies of DVDs and VHS tapes in the library - you can find these by using the advanced search in LINUS and limiting to the location "Media" or by material type.

Click on the Get Help button or drop by the Information Desk to get more help with finding videos!

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