The My Library Account webpage of EUCLID offers the option User Status Inquiry. Enter your Emory Personal ID to pull up your user record. Click on the checkouts link and it will display all the items you currently have checked out and when they’re due. You can find a "My Library Account" button on top of the basic EUCLID search page.
Emory students may book videos for in-class presentations ahead of time, but items that do not normally circulate overnight (such as VHS tapes or DVDs not part of the Lending Collection) must be picked up on the day of the presentation and returned immediately after class. Please come to the service desk in the Music and Media Library for help with booking the videos.
Items on reserve for your course generally must be viewed in the Music and Media Library, but a certain number of reserve DVDs have second copies that you make take home to view. These are designated by the DVD-LEND item type. You can find the list of current reserves for your course in Reserves Direct.
For items not on reserve, at present over 8,000 DVDs that belong to the Lending Collection may be taken home to view. All non-Lending Collection DVDs, VHS tapes, 12-inch laserdiscs and other video formats must be used within the library.
All videos and CDs in the Music and Media Library collection are displayed in DiscoverE and EUCLID, the online catalogs for all the Emory Libraries. You can look for them using keywords, authors/performers, title, subject and series title, as well as other search parameters.
The primary mission of the Music and Media Library is to support instruction and research. In that regard, we have a wide range of videos from many different countries, including: feature films, fictional shorts and experimental films; documentaries; music, dance and theatrical performances; ethnographic films and instructional videos.