1. Connecting a VCR to a DVD Recorder (the same connections that you use to connect a camcorder to a VCR or two VCRs together). Here are some of my current suggestions for DVD recorders
2. Using a DVD Recorder/VCR Combination unit (most of these units have a cross-dubbing function). Here are some of my current suggestions for DVD recorder/VCR Combinations
3. Connecting your VCR to a PC via an analog-to-digital video transfer device, recording your VHS video to the PC's hard drive, and then writing the recorded video to DVD using the PC's DVD writer. Also, check out a VCR from Ion Audio that connects directly to a PC via the USB port without the need of an additional analog-to-digital video converter: VCRtoPC
NOTE: You can only copy non-commercial VHS tapes that you have recorded yourself to DVD. You can't make copies of most commercially made VHS movies due to copy-protection. For more details on this aspect of copying VHS to DVD, check out my article: DVD Recording and Video Copy Protection
Also, for a more in-depth look at what you need to know about DVD recorders and DVD recording, check out my: DVD Recorder FAQs.