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How do you organize the DVDs? [Hagerty Library]

It is really hard to find the DVDs I’m looking for. It would be better if there was a categorization for the DVDs.

Thanks for your comment. Because of how quickly the DVDs circulate, we are unable to keep them in any particular order. Some DVDs are checked out up to four times in a single day! I recommend that you look a up DVD in the catalog first to make sure it's available, and then you can begin the search along the wall. As always, if you've searched and searched and still can't find that title you're looking for, feel free to stop by the circulation or reference desks and we can help you look.

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