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RHET 219: Communication, Culture, and New Media: Films

Finding Films at Oberlin

The fastest way to see if Oberlin has access to a film is to look it up by title in OBIS. Films that we may have access to are most likely available through a DVD checkout (check the borrowing guidelines to see how long titles from different libraries circulate)  or through Kanopy, a video streaming service. If Oberlin does not have access to a film, you should check the holdings of the Oberlin Public Library (where you can check out materials with your student card), OhioLink, and Search Ohio. Just make sure you look for films that say "Available" in OhioLink and SearchOhio, as not every library in these systems lends DVD's to non-local users. 

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