DVDs/CDs/VHS/Streaming Video/Video Games

Streaming Video Subscriptions:  The library subscribes to several streaming services – Titles listed in online catalog for all except Kanopy which only lists titles we have licensed.

***Note Kanopy videos might not work correctly in Chrome.  Play in Firefox or Safari if this occurs.

(Embedding Streaming Videos in CANVAS)

Streaming Audio Subscriptions: 

 Free Online Audio Resources:

Free Streaming Video Resources: 


The Media Library Collection consists of over 24,000 DVD, CDs, VHS, audio-book and video games (Wii and Xbox) which cover a wealth of subjects. These items may be borrowed for two weeks and can be renewed online once. Click here for a link to our complete list of subject mediagraphies.

How to Book a Video for Classroom Showing
To schedule a pickup date for showing a video in your class, please use our Media and Reserve Library Video Order Form. This form allows instructors to request media items to be pulled and held at the Media and Reserve Service Counter for pick up.

Overdue Fines
Media items on Reserve are charged Reserve overdue fines based on checkout period.

Lost or Damaged Material
When a media title is 30 days overdue it is automatically declared lost. A lost or damaged title will be billed at replacement cost (which may range from $20 to over $1,000 depending on the title). When an item which has been declared lost is returned the library user will be charged the corresponding overdue fine, if the item has not already been replaced.

Viewing Facilities – NOT AVAILABLE
The Media Library has two individual viewing carrels and a media viewing room (2-25 viewers) available for our users. Equipment is available for viewing VHS, DVD, Blu-ray, International titles, and for listening to audiobooks on CD. The viewing spaces are open during regular Library hours.

Purchasing Materials
UWM faculty, staff, and students are able to make purchase recommendations for the Media Library via the UWM Libraries purchase recommendation form. Click for the Media Collection Development Policy.


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