Answered By: Gabe Research & Writing Studio Last Updated: Jan 14, 2016 Views: 61
Please note that this answer is for physical videos, such as DVDs and VHS, not streaming video. Please click here for information on streaming video as part of your course.
The best way to make videos available for students is to put them on reserve. That way students can come to the library and watch the films whenever it works for them. We can put both library-owned and personal copies on reserve.
When videos are put on reserve they are located at the Circulation Services Desk (360-650-3084) in the Haggard wing of the library. They can be checked out for 4 hours and can be taken anywhere in the library. There are three viewing stations available in the reserves area that can play both VHS and DVDs. Students can also reserve a group viewing room through the Wilson Circulation Desk (360-650-4767).
To place a video on reserve please use the Libraries' online reserves request form.