Answered By: Todd White
Last Updated: Jun 23, 2015     Views: 55

In the library world, we treat a DVD the same as a book, because like a book it is a physical object that needs to be processed and stored on a shelf where it can be retrieved.

So, whenever you are looking for a DVD, just like a book, you want to use the library catalog. The CSS Library catalog is called ScholastiCAT. For access to it, and for a menu of other useful catalogs, visit this Library page -

We do own the particular DVD series you are looking for. See:

If you are a Duluth student you can stop by the Library and check it out.

If you are distance student, you can request it be sent to you via our ROVER service. For more information on ROVER, visit this Library page -

Good luck with your classes.

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