Answered By: Performing Arts Library Students Last Updated: Mar 29, 2017 Views: 41
If by CDs you mean music recordings, then, yes, the Libraries do rent CDs [mostly from the Performing Arts Library (PAL) in the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center]; but other branches of the Libraries also offer some CDs that are usually companions to books.
The easiest way to search for CDs in our collections is go to the Libraries' homepage, then search using the title of a work and/or the name of an artist or composer, plus add CD to the search. You can also check our online catalog for CD's under advanced search.
Most of our CD's circulate. You can check out a maximum of 3 CD's at a time for one week at PAL. The call number will be prefaced with MCD and then a number. The CD's that do not circulate can be listened to in the library at a computer terminal with headphones.
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