Answered By: Jordan Relevo
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Q: Where can I watch a DVD?
Answered by: Jordan Relevo


Here are some libraries and locations that have equipment you can use to watch a DVD:

Haas Arts Library
Room B36 of the Arts Library contains a separate television with a VHS/DVD player. Remote controls are available for checkout at the Arts Library Service Desk. Advanced reservations for this room can be made here, Arts Library Group Study Rooms.

Divinity Library
Classroom L104 at the Divinity School Library contains a DVD player that is connected to a projector. The room is available to anyone with a Yale ID when no class is being held in the room.

Film Study Center
Screening Room B-20 (25 person capacity) has a multi-media player capable of playing 16mm, DVD, Blu-ray, 3D Blu-ray, VHS, and LaserDisc (all worldwide video formats). This room has a 90-inch monitor and a separate screen for 3D Blu-ray and 16mm projection. Reservations are controlled by the Registrar through the end of shopping period. After shopping period, reservations are controlled by the FSC Circulation Desk. Advanced reservations are highly encouraged.

Screening Room B-21 (15 person capacity) has a multi-media player capable of playing 16mm, DVD, Blu-ray, 3D Blu-ray, VHS, and LaserDisc (all worldwide video formats). This room has a 75-inch monitor and a separate screen for 16mm projection. Reservations are controlled by the FSC Circulation Desk. Advanced reservations are highly encouraged.

In addition to the two screening rooms, twelve individual viewing booths with headphones support DVD, Blu-ray, VHS, and LaserDisc (all worldwide video formats) playback. Advance reservations are not necessary or available for the viewing booths.

Medical Library
The Medical Library has one DVD player available for checkout from the circulation desk with a loan period of one week. The DVD player comes with the necessary A/V cables and remotes but must be connected to a television (not provided).
 

 

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