The Media Library has two primary types of videos:
When searching for videos, you will find both in the UNT Library Catalog. However, not all online videos are in the online catalog. if you want to be exhaustive in your search for online videos on a particular topic, you will need to use both the catalog, the Video on Demand Collection, Academic Video Online, and a number of other online sources.
The lists below are selected bibliographies of DVDs from the UNT Libraries. The documents contains link that take you directly to the UNT Library Catalog where you can read more about a video's content.
Most items in the Media Library are in the library catalog.
When looking for videos, use the Advanced Keyword Search:
For physical videos such as DVD's:
Using"DVD" in Any Field or as the Subject can produce unreliable results because sometimes the word "DVD" is used in the catalog record but not to describe the item format.
When you have identified a DVD to check out, click the title to enter the record. Once you are in the record, note the DVD number. You can request it at the Media Library Service Desk.
For online videos:
When you have identified a film to view, click the title to enter the record. Once you are in the record, click "Connect to UNT Libraries' Video on Demand" or "watch streaming video" to access the content.
Once you have identified a DVD you want in the UNT Library Catalog, look for the box below the title and book the DVD in advance for your class to watch.
Enter your EUID and password to make the booking.
Faculty often want to connect their students to films from the Video On Demand collection.
You will need to look at these sources to ensure that you have found all of UNT's online video resources on a topic. They are also useful because they allow you to browse the collections that they provide access to.
This brochure provides information on Media Library hours, circulation policies, and services.