The Film & Video Collection in the Morris Library is equipped with a 40-seat viewing room which may be scheduled for use by faculty and teaching assistants in giving audiovisual presentations to University of Delaware classes on a first-come basis when the Student Multimedia Design Center is open. The Viewing Room is available for instructional use only by classes using film, video, and other media. It is not available for scheduling as a substitute for a regularly-scheduled classroom or as a meeting room for clubs or other campus groups. To schedule the Viewing Room, please use the Media Scheduling Web Form.
The Viewing Room has the capability to show videos in VHS (NTSC and PAL) and DVD (multi-region, standard definition, and Blu-ray). Projection equipment includes a rear-screen high-definition multimedia projector with Dolby surround sound. A computer with a connection to the multimedia projector is available for use in accessing the Internet. If projection capabilities for a personal laptop are required, please notify staff prior to the screening and arrange a time to test compatibility.
Please Note: A faculty member or a designated teaching assistant must be present to conduct or monitor classes during screenings in the Viewing Room.
The Viewing Room should be vacated at least fifteen minutes prior to the closing time of the Student Multimedia Design Center.
Audiovisual and Gaming Carrels
Viewing, listening, and gaming equipment for all materials in the Film & Video Collection are available in 23 carrels, designed for both individual and group use. Equipment available for use in the carrels includes:
VHS players, international VHS (NTSC/PAL) players, DVD and Blu-ray players, international DVD players, gaming consoles, a laserdisc player, and a 16mm film viewer.
University of Delaware ONEcard holders may reserve carrels up to seven days in advance by visiting the Student Multimedia Design Center service desk on the Lower Level of Morris Library or by calling 831-8832 to make a reservation. Carrels are available when the Student Multimedia Design Center is open.