Answered By: Sarah Graham
Last Updated: Jul 08, 2016     Views: 139

DVDs can be viewed on any library computer. However, you generally have to use your own headphones to listen to the audio track (library computers have no speakers). Some libraries have headphones for loan - ask at the Information Desk.
 
Some libraries have specialised viewing facilities. SCA Library has a dedicated viewing room with a digital projector, surround sound and a bluray player. Fisher Library has two multimedia rooms with multiregional players, and three dedicated PCs with Bluray players. At Fisher Library there are also soundbooths for watching DVDs. Please enquire at the Information Desk for details on bookings and availability of facilities.