Please note that instructional and travel sets would still circulate separately if each part can stand alone. Travel sets can be large, and cover different states or countries on separate discs, so that is why travel sets would continue to be split. For instructional sets, there are some sets that are circulated together, such as the Great Courses, because they come with a booklet that is used with all discs and these would continue to circulate together. However, if each part of an instructional set can stand alone, then it would be circulated separately.
Moving forward, you can treat non-fiction multi-part TV series, mini-series, and documentaries in the same way that you have been treating fiction sets. Any new non-fiction sets can be added to Bibliovation as a full set. The Linking Manual and Linking Training materials have been updated. These are all linked from the Cataloging page (under the Multi-part DVDs Project header): https://www.scls.info/ils/cataloging. The FAQ for Multi-Part DVD Packaging has also been updated.