If you have specific titles/resources you know you’d like to have available online, please send those to your liaison librarian and we will do the following:
This process can happen relatively quickly, but the library does need some time to work through these options, and it would be great to have resources in place as we approach each semester.
All streaming video collections are purchased or licensed content, limited to current authorized Puget Sound students, faculty, and staff. The collections on this page are provided by Collins Library. You may link to them in Canvas.
A note about stability: Some of our streaming services provide a changing selection of items. It is recommended that you check each semester to see whether the item you plan to use in class is still available. Items should be stable for the length of a semester.
A collection of documentaries, feature films, and television shows on DVD are available on the lower level of the library. They are arranged by call number.
To search for DVDs, use Primo. Do a keyword search or use the following terms and limit the resource type to DVD Videos:
TIP: If you do an advanced search in Primo, you can limit material type to audio and video to retrieve streaming video, DVDs, and videocassettes. You can also borrow DVDs through Summit.
Documentaries, films in the public domain, and short films, may be available through sites such as Internet Archive, YouTube, Vimeo, or others.