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Library Media

February 23, 2010

Musical scores in the library catalog

Looking for musical scores? You can find them in the library catalog by limiting the format to "Scores." If you only want to find scores available here at UMBC, limit the location to "UMBC."


When you are searching for musical scores, you may run across records that state "Place a Request to Obtain." These scores are not currently on the shelf, but can be requested for check out. From the catalog record, click on the "Availability" link. Then click on the yellow "request" button to start the request process.


Your request will be processed as quickly as possible. You will be notified by e-mail when the item is available for check out at the Circulation Desk on the 1st floor of the library.

Please contact the Reference Desk if you have any questions.

June 25, 2009

Mosaic Center Donates DVDs to Library Media

The Mosaic Center donated a number of DVDs to Library Media this summer. The titles reflect issues of cultural diversity, and compliment Library Media's existing collection of multicultural DVDs .

May 15, 2009

Library Media begins Tweeting!

Library Media is now "tweeting" featured new titles, new services, and much more at Our username is "UMBCLibMedia."

April 8, 2008

New Library Mediagraphies

Library Media announces their new mediagraphies, which list all media resources on a particular subject. Existing subjects include Shakespeare, dance, human rights, gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender, speech, and food, and more are forthcoming. You may access the mediagraphies through the Library Media webpage; the direct URL is Check them out, and suggest new mediagraphy subjects!

March 14, 2008

Streaming Search Tutorials for Media Items

Library Media unveils their streaming search tutorials, which allow one to learn how to effectively locate media items in the Library's catalog. The tutorial page, which provides hyperlinks and summaries of each lesson, is located at

November 20, 2007

Student Assocation DVD Donations

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The Student Government Association (SGA) and the Graduate Student Association (GSA) donated $3,250 to Library Media this fall for the purchase of recreational DVDs. This marks the fourth year that these groups have donated funds for DVDs, and the collection now enjoys great variety. Some of the television shows purchased include the new Doctor Who, The Sopranos, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Seinfeld, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and Entourage. The student groups also selected a number of feature films, including blockbusters like Spider-man 3, Ratatouille, 300, Knocked Up, and Shrek the Third.

While the GSA is out of money, the SGA is still taking suggestions for DVDs from students. You can send suggestions to Joe Clark, Media Librarian, via email, post them in Library Media's group, leave a comment here on the blog, or submit them to our suggestion box at our service desk.