Entertainment DVDs are available for check out by current UNCG students, staff, faculty, and Friends of the Library with valid Library ID. The collection is located in Jackson Library in the first floor Reading Room, which is located directly across from the Reference Desk.
- 1 week loan.
- 4 per borrower at one time.
- 1 renewal possible online using My Library Account or in person with materials in hand at the service desk in the lending library
- Up to 4 requests per borrower at one time.
- $1.00 per day overdue; no grace period; see Fines for information regarding Lost DVDs.
- DVDs returned in drops are counted as returned when drops are emptied. Borrowers are responsible for overdue fines and damage fees and may be blocked from borrowing DVDs until the drops are emptied and DVDs are checked in.
Instructional DVDs are available for use by UNCG Faculty and Graduate Teaching Assistants for classroom instruction, and for use by all others only inside the Library. The collection is in a closed location -- borrowers may ask for Instructional films at the Checkout Desk, first floor, Jackson Library. Faculty and Graduate Teaching Assistants can reserve films using the Booking and Delivery Request Form or by contacting Cathy Rothermel at 336.334.5310, email@example.com, M-F, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
- Faculty and Graduate Teaching Assistants:
Limit: 5 instructional films may be borrowed at a time
Loan Period: 7 Days
Overdue fines: none
- All others:
Limit: 1 instructional film at a time
Loan Period: 4 Hours building use only
Overdue fines: $1 for the 1st hour overdue, $0.25 for each additional hour
UNCG students, faculty, and staff have access to a wide range of online streaming video and other digital media. See our Streaming Media Guide for details.
The University Libraries provides the following equipment to support our patrons' multimedia needs.
Harold Schiffman Music Library Collections
The Harold Schiffman Music Library is located on the main level of the School of Music building (corner of W Market and McIver Streets) and supports the educational, research, and service goals of the University by providing music resources, information, and services requiredby students, faculty, staff and community members. The Harold Schiffman Music Library's collection consists of sound recordings, video recordings, scores, books and serials about music. Faculty, staff, and students are welcome to come to the Harold Schiffman Music Library to listen to and view sound and video materials and to checkout books and scores.