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America in the 1960s and 1970s: Finding Videos & DVDs

At the Movies

Finding Videos & DVDs

Want to know if the Rutgers Libraries own a particular film?

Go to QuickSearch and select "Advanced Search." Enter the title into the search box and select "Video/Film" from the pull-down menu under "Resource Type."
DVDs and VHS cassettes are on shelves on the lower level of Dana Library near the group lounge area. Simply take the empty box for the item you want upstairs to the Circulation Desk located in the first floor lobby of the library. Circulation staff will retrieve the tape, CD or DVD for you and check it out to you just as they would a book.
Most circulating DVDs owned by the Media Center in New Brunswick are eligible for the Rutgers Delivery Service.

Streaming Video Collections

Swank Digital Campus
Access to course-assigned feature films. Because this service is maintained to support classroom instruction, the films available through Swank will vary from semester to semester.
Kanopy
A broad selection of streaming documentaries, independent and foreign films, classics, and feature films.
American History in Video
Digitized documentaries, newsreel films, and archival footage.   Rutgers-restricted Access

Rutgers Media Collections

Media Collections Guide Index and More
Lists by subject for the DVD and video collections at Rutgers.

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