There are 2 Individual Viewing Stations with VHS and DVD players, 17 Group Study Rooms with Collaboration Monitors, and 4 Group Study Rooms with Data Projectors, VHS players, and desktop computers with DVD drives which can be reserved by students for academic purposes. The rooms also allow students to connect a laptop for group study and collaboration on projects. Groups of students (2 or more) can reserve a group study room for up to 2 hours for their academic work.
Using a Collaboration Monitor
In rooms with Collaboration Monitors, any laptop with a standard HDMI connection can plug into the monitor to display video and audio. You assume all risk for any connection to, or use of, the Collaboration Monitors. The Library accepts no liability for any connections made to these resources.
Using a Data Projector
Rooms with data projectors also have a VHS player for group viewing of VHS media from the Library's collection. There is a desktop computer (UW NetID or Cascadia Network Account required) with licensed student-use software which can also be used to play DVD's from the Library's collection. If you have a laptop with a VGA connection, you can also connect it to display video and audio from your device. You assume all risk for any connection to, or use of, the Data Projectors. The Library accepts no liability for any connections made by students to these resources.
Individual Viewing Stations
There are Individual Viewing Stations available on the first floor of the Campus Library that can be used to view Blu-Ray, DVD, LaserDisc, and VHS media from the UW Libraries collections. (Personal headphones are required.)
If you have a question about any of this technology, or connecting to it, contact the Campus Library's Computing Help desk at 425) 352-3145 during all the hours the Library is open.
55" Collaboration Monitor in a Group Study Room for use with laptops.
Some Group Study Rooms are also equipped with computer workstations and data projectors.
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