DVDs and Video


DVDs @ Qatar

The current collection of DVDs consists of around 1000 items and includes television series, documentary films, children's films and foreign language films. All faculty, staff and students can borrow from this collection. One of the easier ways to search the Qatar collection of DVDs is to use the Advanced Search option in LibCat - the Library Catalog - AND limit your search by location "Texas A&M at Qatar" AND format to "Video/DVD". We are also happy to hear suggestions of titles that may be worth adding to the collection. Please contact the Library if you have any in mind. Please note we are also now purchasing Blu-Ray Discs if you have access to a Blu-Ray capable player.   

DVDs @ College Station

There is a large collection of DVDs at College Station that can be borrowed by Texas A&M faculty, staff & students of Texas A&M at Qatar by using the Getitforme inter-library loan service. The collection can be browsed by genre/language/country etc on the College Station Media and Reserves home page.

Ratings and Parental Guidance

Most DVDs available are United States versions. Some content may not be appropriate for some viewers. Before watching ratings can be seen at www.imdb.com.


Streaming Video

  • Media Matrix
    Media Matrix is a service that allows us to copy and make available online video content where copyright allows. If you would like a film uploaded to Media Matrix for your class please contact the TAMUQ Library.
  • Kanopy Streaming Video
    A large number of videos and clips are available ready for viewing through the Kanopy streaming video service. The service includes documentaries and feature films including many foreign language titles and classic cinema. Once in the database either use "Search" for specific titles or "Browse" to view by genre.

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