The Los Angeles Film School Library Digital Catalog Collection: Koha

Introducing the Koha Open Public Access Catalog (OPAC), a new Library catalog! Students can browse through the collection easily and search by item type or refine their search.

It may take some time to get used to the Koha interface. Our dedicated Library Staff is here to help with any questions you have, please email lafslibrary@lafilm.edu. For further information and tutorials about using Koha, visit the library’s tutorials page on the Student Connect Site.

Reminder: Due to COVID-19, the Library is still closed; patrons will not be able to check out anything from the Library until further notice. No late fines will be assessed for overdue items, and you can return materials when the library reopens. Though, many of the Library’s digital services will remain available either through our Digital Catalog or on our A-Z Databases list including research-based articles, online streaming videos, electronic screenplays, and music-related databases. Any questions or concerns, please contact the Library.

About the Campus Library

Our school Library is a mix of old school and new. More than a mere collection of books and magazines, a library is a refuge for learning—a sanctuary, and a place to sit back with a book, script, CD, or DVD and be transported to another world. The Los Angeles Film School Library has databases to help you find the research you need in a hurry. We also have an analog collection of manuals, textbooks, magazines and screenplays. So even if digital isn’t your thing, you can find a quiet corner of the room and lose yourself in our collections.


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