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Video/DVD Viewing

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Main Library

1 viewing room (Mudd 205) equipped with:

  • 4 code-free DVD players with LCD panels
  • 2 code-free Blu-ray players
  • PAL tape player
  • VHS player

DVD drives that can play region 1 DVDs on most of the circulating laptops

1 portable multi-region DVD player available at the Circulation Desk

1 portable Blu-ray (region 1 only) player available at the Circulation Desk

Projection equipment in many group study rooms is compatible with most of our portable equipment

Please use headphones when viewing DVDs in open areas of the building.

Art Library

  • 1 VHS/DVD viewing room; accommodates 2 people
  • DVDs can be viewed on public workstations with headphones (available at the Circulation Desk)

Conservatory Library

  • 6 viewing rooms with DVD, VHS, and laser disc players; each accomodates 4 people

Science Library

  • DVDs can be viewed on public workstations with headphones (available at the Circulation Desk)

Individual and Classroom Usage

Library-owned videos are available for individual and classroom use in accordance with the College's interim policy on showing videos and films.

Public Performance Rights

Some videos in library collections are purchased with public performance rightsThese additional rights allow, without further contact with the film distributor, showings that are open to the public and may be advertised on and off-campus, including on the web.  Under no circumstances may admission be charged for such public performance showings. Public performance rights are noted in the corresponding OBIS catalog records for these films. 

View a list of films for which we retain rights.

Contact Alan Boyd or Allison Gallaher if you have questions about showing films from the library collections to groups on campus.

Last updated:
September 25, 2015