Next, make sure to limit the format to "Video (DVD)" or "Video (VHS)," or select "Video (all formats)" to broaden your search. To see all of the library's holdings, leave the title, author, and subject search fields blank.
Otherwise, you can search in one of several ways:
Once you find the movie, write down its Library of Congress Classification Number (LCCN), or call number. You will find this information near the bottom of the catalog record.
Finally, you will need to make note of where the movie is kept. Most movies related to Middle Eastern Studies are in the Scholars Commons in the basement of Strozier Library, where you will bring the call number to the staff member at the desk.
However, if the record says "Open DVD Collection" to the left of the call number, you will find it on the main floor of Strozier. Bring the case to the staff member on the main floor, who will check out the movie to you.