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Research Help: Find CDs, DVDs, Videos, and More

 

Technology items available for check out at the Olin Library Help Desk

iPhone chargers

iPads

Cameras

Terabyte External Hard drives

Android chargers

Macbook laptops

Portable Projectors

Video Cameras

DSLR Cameras

Presentation Remotes

 


CDs

There are a few reference-type CD-ROMs; most have been shelved in Reserve, and can be checked out. Please ask at the Help Desk for assistance in using these resources. Audiobooks and some sound recordings are in Olin Reserve. Most audio CDs and other sound recordings are located in the Music Library.

DVDs:

Olin Library has hundreds of DVDs available.  The collection is stored behind the Check-out Desk, Level 1.  The link below will take you to a page that contains links to catalog searches for DVDs by subject or language.  These categories are not comprehensive, so if you are looking for a particular title and you don't find it, search for that title in the Classic Catalog. There are also some DVDs in the Music and Art & Architecture Libraries.

Olin Library DVDs

Videos:

VHS videos are arranged as a browsing collection in Olin on Level A. Departmental libraries may also have small video collections related to their subject areas.

Olin Library Videos (Warning! There are over 5,000 of them, so this takes a while to load.)

Finding videos: WU Libraries Film Collection

Audiobooks:

Audiobooks are shelved behind the Check-out Desk, Olin Library Level 1. You can search for them in the Classic Catalog by author or title, and limit your search to spoken recording as the material type. But if you just want to browse what we have, try these links:

Audiobooks on audiocassettes
Audiobooks on CD-ROM

Microfilm & Microfiche:

The Arc, Olin Library Level A, houses library microform resources and the equipment required to view and digitize them. In addition to printing capabilities, various digital storage and transfer options are supported. Ask at the Arc Help Desk for assistance.