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Library DVD Newsletter
(updated the 13th of every month)

Top 10 DVD rentals
(last update November 24, 2020)

  1. Mulan
  2. Bill & Ted Face the Music
  3. Antebellum
  4. Mortal
  5. Friendsgiving
  6. Ava
  7. The Vanished
  8. The New Mutants
  9. Cut Throat City
  10. The Irishman

New Additions: November 2020

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New Additions: January 2020

Kanopy

Film streaming service features classic and world cinema, indie films and top documentaries. Kanopy is available as a mobile app or can be streamcast with Chromecast, Alexa, Roku, Android TV, Fire TV or Apple TV.  FAQs

Hoopla

Choose from thousands of movies, television shows and music albums. With no waiting, titles can be streamed immediately, or downloaded to phones or tablets for offline enjoyment later. Titles are automatically returned and removed from your device at the end of the lending period. Hoopla Digital is available as a mobile app or can be streamcast with Chromecast, Alexa, Roku, Android TV, Fire TV or Apple TV.  FAQs

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Help

If you need help finding information, please call us at 1-866-57-ASKUS (1-866-572-7587) or email us.

Databases vs. Web

A primary difference between databases and websites is that librarians review and select the databases which have book, magazine, journal, and even Web information that is considered reliable, authoritative, historically relevant, and valuable.  Most information on the web does not go through a review process.  Most of the information available through a database also is available in a paper format but by providing the information in an electronic format, the library can save money by buying one electronic subscription which can be shared by many people.

For your research, you will probably save yourself time and find more quality information if you begin with library resources and then move to the Web if you need more information or other points of view. Remember, when using remote access to get to the library’s databases, you are accessing the library’s collection via the Web, but are still using library resources which tend to be more reliable.

How to Cite

Why cite sources?

Whenever you quote or take ideas from another person’s work, you have to document the source you used, whether it’s a book, magazine, video, or website.

How to cite:

Try these links for good examples of citation style guides and plagiarism prevention:

lib.berkeley.edu/instruct/guides/citations.html
Citing Your Sources guide from The University of California Berkeley Library

owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/
Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL)

xavier.edu/library/help/style_guides.cfm
Help: Citation Style Guides  provided by Xavier University, McDonald Library

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