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Viewing and Listening
DVD and videocassette players are located on the 1st floor near InfoCommons .
Multi-region/PAL players are available in the Viewing Rooms on the 2nd floor of Snell Library.
Audio CDs may be played in the computers on all floors of the Snell Library and in the Infocommons.
Headphones and remote controls may be checked out at the circulation desk.
Group viewing rooms for small groups (2-6 people) are available on the 2nd floor of Snell Library. See Viewing Rooms for more info. Reserve a room at the circulation desk.
Additional viewing and listening equipment is available in the DMDS along with editing and mixing software for multimedia production.
Create Media Projects
The Digital Media Design Studio is a collaborative and interdisciplinary learning environment for creating course-related multimedia presentations, projects and portfolios.
Borrowing and Scheduling
Current NU faculty/staff/students may:
- view/listen to materials on-site
- borrow most non-reserve items
Some items, usually feature films and language teaching materials, appear in our catalog (NuCat) with a "Restricted use reserve" location. These titles are available for in-library use only by current NU students; faculty may take these materials out of the library for classroom showings.Scheduling Materials in Advance
Faculty may walk in during open hours to pick up materials for classroom use. However, we recommend scheduling of media materials at least 24 hours in advance to ensure they are available when you need them.Visitors from outside NU
Members of BLC libraries may use and borrow non-reserve, non-restricted media materials on-site with a valid BLC card. Please call in advance to check availability and make arrangements for your visit. Some media materials circulate on interlibrary loan.Recording
The Libraries provide an off-air recording service for taping of television broadcasts for later classroom use.