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How We Arrange Videos

Most of our videos are on the Library's first floor.  They are divided into two categories, Deaf and General (non-Deaf), and then by format, so there are four sections:

  • Deaf VHS
  • Deaf DVD
  • General VHS
  • General DVD

In each section, videos are shelved according to the Dewey Decimal System.

You may help yourself to items on the shelves.  Current Gallaudet students, faculty, and staff members may borrow up to three videos at a time for up to three days.

More videos are stored for preservation in the Deaf Copy 1 Room.  If a Deaf-related video you need isn't available on the first floor shelves, ask for the Deaf Copy 1 copy at the service desk.  You may watch it in the Library, but you may not take it from the building.  An ID is required.

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