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The Parkland Library has purchased streaming rights for these titles. Contact Brett Coup if you'd like one or more included in Angel for your class. Contact Frances Drone-Silvers to request purchase of other Films.com videos.
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"Audiovisual Room" or "Reserves Collection" items must be viewed in the library.
"Media Viewing Area" or "Main Stacks" items may be taken out.
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Once you've found an image you would like to use for your research
purposes, you can download, crop and zoom into the images you find! These images can then be inserted into
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