Audio-Visual materials

Rodman Public Library has a variety of audio-visual resources to serve the needs of both individuals and organizations in the community. Audio-visual items may be borrowed by any patron with a valid Rodman Library Adult Borrower's Card.

Contact the Adult Department at (330) 821-2665 for further information.


Bi-Folkal Kits Main Adult 2 weeks
Books on Cassette Main Adult, Main Children's 2 weeks
Books on CD Main Adult, Main Children's, Branch, Bookmobile 2 weeks
Compact Discs (Music) Main Adult, Main Children's, Branch Adult 2 weeks
Videotapes (VHS) Main Adult, Bookmobile 1 week
(Bookmobile: 2 weeks)
DVDs Main Adult, Main Children's,  Branch, Bookmobile 1 week
(Bookmobile: 2 weeks)


For your convenience, materials may be reserved at any time during regular Library hours. Reserves may be made in person, by telephone 330-821-2665, or over the Internet by using


It is very important that items being borrowed are returned at the stated time, as other patrons may be waiting to use them. The fine for late videos and DVDs is $.50 per item per day. All other fines for audio-visual materials are $.10 per item per day. Maximum fines are $5.00 per item.

Books on CD

Audiobooks may be located using the online catalog. Search for the subject AUDIOBOOKS ON CD for titles on CD.

Compact Discs

All compact discs are fully cataloged in the online catalog. The library offers a wide variety of classical, children's and popular music. Search for the subject COMPACT DISCS to see a listing of titles.

Videos & DVDs

Videos and DVDs are listed in the online catalog. Search for the subject VIDEO RECORDINGS to see a listing of VHS titles and the subject DVD VIDEODISCS for DVDs. The is no rental charge for videos, but fines are charged at $.50 per day, as noted above. There is a borrowing limit of 5 titles for DVDs. There is no limit on videocassettes.


The patron assumes all responsibility for the borrowed materials against loss, theft, or damage. Many audio-visual materials are protected by Copyright, 17 USC 101. Unauthorized copying may be prohibited by law.