Answered By: Jamie Emery Last Updated: Jun 13, 2018 Views: 235
If you did a KEYWORD search, click the MODIFY SEARCH option near the top of the screen, then select the appropriate type from the MATERIAL TYPE drop-down menu.
MUSIC/AUDIO : Includes regular music CDs.
Click here to view current list of audio tapes and CDs in libraries' catalog
VIDEO/FILM : Includes formats such as VHS, laserdisc, DVD, etc.
Click here to view a current list of DVDs in libraries' catalog
Click here to view a current list of VHS tapes in the libraries' catalog
COMPUTER FILE : A resource such as a CD-ROM, DVD, or optical disc. As a rule, regular music CDs are grouped under MUSIC/AUDIO.
ARCHIVAL MAT'L : Includes documents, photographs, media, etc. that are the official records of an organization or institution. Archival materials are usually kept in separate collections.
THESIS/MANUSCRIPT : Theses include master's theses and doctoral dissertations. Manuscripts may include authored works, correspondence and other documents related to an individual or group. Manuscripts are often kept in separate collections.
For any other type of search, press the Limit/Sort Search button from your results list. On the next screen, limit your search by "MATERIAL TYPE" by selecting the appropriate type from the drop-down menu.
Please check lending policies at each library.