Answered By: Ming Guang Han Last Updated: Oct 08, 2015 Views: 1932
If you are searching for a specific movie title, you can use FindMore@NUSL or LINC.
In FindMore, you can do a search and then restrict the search to Content Type, Video Recording (Click on More... if necessary). . Note that this will give you physical copies such as DVDs as well as online streaming videos from online video libraries.
You will usually need to know the stack number of the item, so click in through the title to take note of the stack number.
You can also use LINC.
1. Click on LINC
2. Type in title of movie e.g Matrix
3. Select in "Videos/Films Collection"and search
Do note that
a) Audiovisual items are for viewing in library premises only. Lecturers who need to borrow this out of library can use the Advance Booking Form for Media Materials online form (under heading Services for Teaching) from the services list.
b) Certain Digital/AV materials are restricted to staff/students taking a course of study
c) Persons who are not staff/students of NUS, and certain casual/part-time NUS personnel do not have access to Digital/AV resources due to license restrictions
Collecting multi-media items from the library
|Central Library||CL Multimedia (Loans Desk 2)|
|Business Library||HSSML Multimedia (Information Desk)|
|Law Library||LW Multimedia (Loans Desk)|
|Medical Library||MD Multimedia (Loans Desk)|
|Science Library||SC Multimedia (Loans Desk)|
|Music Library||Please refer to Music Library FAQs|
Most AV material have to be requested online or in person and collected at the loans desk and require that you take note of the stack number.
If you are viewing the record in LINC+ & can't find the stack number, click on view in LINC
For Central Library, you can use the self-service multi-media collection.
Note: Audio-Visual materials in the library can only be viewed and borrowed for the purpose of teaching and for course use in NUS.
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