About the DVD Collection
The Kelly Library acquires DVDs to support the various programs of St Michael’s College and the Faculty of Theology.
The collection currently numbers over 3500 titles, second in size at the University of Toronto only to the DVD collection at the U of T Media Commons. There are documentaries on art, history, science, and literature, as well as classic movies (especially foreign films) and some current releases. The Friends of the Kelly Library have been generous in donating funds to support acquisitions for the collection.
Most DVDs owned by the Kelly Library are acquired for home-viewing only. They do not include public-performance rights (e.g. for classroom use).
DVDs circulate for a two-week loan. They cannot be renewed online or by telephone, but if you bring the DVD back to the library’s Loans, Information, and Research Help Desk and no one has a hold on it, we will sign it out to you again for a second two-week loan.
Check the availability of an item by clicking on the title or the image. If the item is out to another patron, you can place a hold on it by clicking on Request. You can also Recommend a Title for the DVD collection.