The University of Georgia Libraries Media Department has subscribed to the PBS VIDEO Database of America's History and Culture. The collection currently consists of 332 videocassettes that include over 40,000 people, places, issues, events, and topics. Each year more titles will be added to the collection. You may search this collection in GIL, or in GALILEO. There is also a printed list of titles in the Media Department. These videos may circulate for three days. To use the videos from this collection, you must get a permission slip from the Media Dept. on the 7th floor. You then take the slip and the tape to Access Services on the first floor to officially check out the video.
When you return the video, take it to the Access Services Desk.
Do not leave a video in your car or in the sun! Videos are fragile and expensive. You are responsible for the cost of replacing media materials if they are damaged while in your possession, or if you have placed them in a drop box.
The rules and regulations for lost or damaged books apply to all library materials, including audio and visual materials. See appropriate borrowing privileges for more information.