Where can I view DVD or VHS videos, or use a VCR?

Answer:

Equipment for viewing various video formats is available at multiple locations in East Bank, West Bank, and St. Paul Libraries. East Bank

  • Bio-Medical Library: 4 VCRs are available on the 2nd floor of the Biomedical Library .
  • SMART Learning Commons: Located in 204 Walter Library, this facility has 2 solo viewing stations (1 region-free VCR with TV, 1 region-free DVD player connected to TV), and a Mac workstation with standalone VCR and DVD players used for conversion. The media viewing room has a 65" plasma screen TV connected to a cabinet with VCR, Blu-ray player (DVD capable), and receiver for group viewing. Students can also use any workstation in Walter Library for DVD viewing. Conversion of VHS tapes is possible in the Walter SMART Commons, which has one analog/digital video conversion station. For more information about video equipment and production services, see the SMART Learning Commons page

West Bank

  • Wilson Library: A VCR for in-room use is located on the north side of the basement in Wilson Periodicals. You can sign out the key to the carrel at the Wilson Basement Exit.
  • Music Library: 3 VCRs are available for library material use only. The VCRs are located in the Listening area just before the stacks.

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