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The LC (Library of Congress) subject heading search uses a specific, controlled vocabulary for describing Library material. Try these subject headings search for browsing, or more focused search resuslts.
This is the default search found on the library's homepage. It is the library's answer to Google! It searches books, DVDs, CDs, periodical and newspaper articles, etc. The search results platform should be viewed as if you are shopping online: there are multiple facets found on the left side of the results that will guide you to narrowing your results to a meaningful and focused list of results.
Search nearby libraries for books that are either currently unavailable or not owned by Rowan. Available copies may be requested online and should be ready for pick-up within 3-5 work days. This is a self-mediated service. The Patron ID box refers to the barcode number on the back of your Rowan ID.
From the Library's homepage (http://www.lib.rowan.edu/campbell), hover over the Find link and then choose Catalog. Once on this page choose the Advanced search option. Now key in your topic (say, economics); then move further down the page to the Format option. Click on the drop down arrow to find the type of resource you want (i.e. DVD). The best match for this medium is listed as "videorecording." Choosing to search this topic as a subject results in 25 titles that meet your requirements; these 25 are a mixture of DVDs and vioderecordings, so you will simply have to peruse the list to find the DVD notation.