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Priority use of computer workstations and tables in Visual & Performing Arts is for:

    • viewing of, listening to, and/or working with Visual & Performing Arts resources
    • research with video and images or on architecture, design, art, dance, drama, film, or music topics. 

NOTE: The Learning Commons offers further spaces for viewing/listening such as computer workstations, laptop docking stations, and collaborative workrooms throughout the TFDL, as well as other services such as scanning equipment.

  FACILITY   LOCATION   DETAILS / EQUIPMENT
  Bookable preview rooms      TFDL 340E     

  Capacity: 15-20 people
  Data projector
  Wireless and ethernet 
  PC and USB
  Blu-ray, DVD, and VHS
  Enquire about 16mm film, Beta, and Laserdisc viewing

  "   TFDL 340F

  Capacity: 15-20 people
  Data projector
  Wireless and ethernet 
  PC and USB
  Blu-ray, DVD, and VHS
  Enquire about 16mm film, Beta, and Laserdisc viewing

  "            (Not yet set up)   TFDL 335

  Capacity: Six people
  Blu-ray, DVD and VHS
  Enquire about 16mm film viewing
  Sound proof for singing or language practice

  Six drop-in viewing stations for DVD and VHS    Open area in front 
  of VPArts Desk

  DVD PAL format (foreign) as well as NTSC format;
  VHS players only play NTSC format

  Six drop-in listening stations for CDs, LPs
 and tape cassettes
  Open area in front  
  of VPArts Desk

 

  Digital piano   Open area in front 
  of VPArts Desk
  Sign out headphones at the VP Arts desk
  Priority: score review

  VPArts "reading" room 

  TFDL 330   Browsable collections of CDs, videos, LPs, video games
 (coming soon),  spoken word, sound effects, music parts,
 oversize music scores, SAMPL reference scores and choral
 octavos, slides, & a few language learning resources
  "   TFDL 330   USB turntable
  "   TFDL 330   Table to work with VP Arts collections, such as the Art & 
  Drama files
  "   TFDL 330   Light Table and Caramate for slide review
  "   TFDL 330

  Microfiche reader for use with fine arts indexes in
  microformat