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Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2023 13:10:54 -0400
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We recently received donations of two or three dozen Great Courses  
sets. They seem to be a wonderful resource, but the few we have in our  
collection have only gone out a couple of times in several years. Do  
any of your libraries have decent circulation of Great Courses? If so,  
where do you keep them? Mixed in with the nonfiction DVDs, or perhaps  
in a separate space?

Any input is welcome.

Thank you,
Rose Turner
Waldoboro Public Library