Q. I'm an instructor. Can I borrow videos and CDs from NYU Libraries for use in my classes?

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NYU New York: Yes, faculty and doctoral students may check out films and sound recordings to play for their classes. In Bobst Library, this material is held in the Avery Fisher Center on the 2nd floor. For film titles, we recommend scheduling your loans in advance online. Your materials will be waiting for you to pick up upon arrival. You may place holds on sound recordings directly through BobCat's Books & More tab, if you are logged in. Complete details regarding Avery Fisher Center services for faculty are available on the Libraries' website. Please also note that our database collections include several sources for streaming video and audio.

NYU Abu Dhabi & NYU Shanghai: Faculty may borrow films from NYUAD's main collection for classroom use. We recommend scheduling a loan at least a week in advance whenever possible directly through BobCat, when you are logged in. You may also borrow films from Avery Fisher Center by scheduling a loan at least five days in advance. Additionally, you may request sound recordings held by Avery Fischer Center through BobCat. Complete details regarding Avery Fisher Center services for faculty are available here. Please also note that our database collections include several sources for streaming video and audio.

  • Last Updated Nov 03, 2016
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  • Answered By Kristen Droesch

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