Answered By: Steve Runge
Last Updated: Jun 07, 2016     Views: 58

If the movie is a DVD, you can use any computer workstation with a DVD drive. You will need headphones; you can use a pair of your own, or check out a pair from the circulation desk in O'Neill Library.

If the movie is a VHS (videocassette) or other format (e.g. laserdisc or foreign DVD), you can use the viewing station available in the Digital Studio (O'Neill 205).

If you have a small group, you can reserve the Faculty Preview Room (NTSC & PAL DVD, VHS, Laserdisc) in the Digital Studio by emailing digitalstudio@bc.edu.

The Education Resource Center has two televisions with headphone jacks, built-in DVD players and VHS players.

If you are a faculty member and need to screen a film for a class, you can reserve O'Neill 248 through Events Management.

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