Documentaries contain factual information that may be relevant to your topic, but are not necessarily scholarly or referenced.
Recorded lectures are on specific topics and are usually given by known academic experts. They are not peer-reviewed but can be used as background information for your topic. You may also be asked to watch a specific lecture or lecture series for your class.
If you study subjects such as Drama, English or Screen and Media, you may need to watch certain movies or TV shows for your classes.
How do I find them?
DVDs can be found in FindIt@Flinders just like books.
Limit your FindIt search to "Books, Journals, DVDs & More".
Just like books, DVDs are sorted by Dewey Decimal number.
DVDs are shelved in the Audio-Visual (AV) collection in each library branch. Check the library map link for their locations.