Leisure Viewing Collection: Penn St. University Libraries Begin Lending DVDs of Popular Films and TV Programs
News From Penn St. University Libraries:
Do you like to relax watching television or films — like multiple seasons of “30 Rock,” the “Big Bang Theory,” “Downton Abbey;” movies like “Argo;” or the entire “Star Wars,” “Twilight,” or “Star Trek” series. Now you can borrow these and more for your enjoyment from the new Leisure Viewing Collection — Movies and TV Series
Items can be checked out at the Commons Services Desk for a loan period of one week.
The collection was developed on student recommendations.
A Few (very few) More Examples of Academic Libraries Lending “Popular” Titles
See Also: University of British Columbia: “New Library Collection Highlights Good Reads, the Old-Fashioned Way” (February 13, 2013)
See Also: DVD-LEND at Emory University
See Also: Popular Reading Collection at U. of Maryland
See Also: Recreational DVD Collection at Carnegie Mellon University
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