Answered By: Ava Iuliano
Last Updated: Sep 01, 2015     Views: 225

There are many different ways you can watch movies at the FIU Libraries! If you are watching a streaming movie, you can stream it through any of our computers or check out a laptop or other device to connect to the Internet.  You can also bring your own laptop or device to the libraries and connect to our WiFi to stream the movie.  If you have the movie on a flash drive, you can also use any of our computers or devices with a USB port.  If you have a DVD, you can check out a portable DVD player from the Check-out Desk as well as a pair of headphones.  

You can also check out an AV viewing room/areas, available at both Green Library and Hubert Library.  The AV viewing rooms/areas have DVD and VHS players available for you to use.  

If you have any further questions, please call us at (305) 348-2451 for the Green Library or (305) 919-5718 for the Hubert Library to connect with our Check-out Desks.  You can also call Sound & Image Resources at the Green Library at (305) 348-2817 or Audiovisual Services at the Hubert Library at (305) 919-5736.  Find more contact information on the Sound and Image Resources: Services and Resources site.

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