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Thousands of DVDs are available through the TriCo libraries, including feature films, TV shows and documentaries. DVDs check out for 7 days and can be renewed once.
DVDs at Haverford and Swarthmore can be delivered to a BMC circulation desk by selecting the "request" link in Tripod. You'll receive an email confirming the delivery.
Mango Languages contains courses on over 70 foreign languages and English as a second language, including unique culturally thematic specialty courses, like medical Spanish, soccer celebration (Brazilian Portuguese), endangered languages, and more. Mango also features full-length international films for an immersive experience. A mobile app is available for free access on the go.
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Located on Canaday's first floor, Quita's Corner has popular bestsellers, literary fiction, science fiction, mysteries, graphic novels and more!
Books check out for one year to staff (subject to recall). All books are listed in Tripod, the library's catalog.
More popular books are available in the Quita Woodward Room in Thomas.
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