The M&DA Library has three group listening/viewing rooms, four A/V carrels, study spaces near public datajacks for online listening, and two Seminar Rooms with AV equipment, a computer, and overhead computer/audio/video projection. Recording or copying of media is not permitted in any area. The following playback equipment is available at the M&DA Library: Compact Disc, LP turntables, Cassette tape, DVD, and VHS players.
Look up call numbers in HOMER (UConn's library catalog), then present the call number along with a valid University ID or UConn Community Borrowers card at the M&DA LibraryCcirculation Desk. See Audio Recordings or Drama/Theater Videos for more information about the Library's collection and HOMER search strategies.
Please view the circulation loan period policies for information regarding loan periods for Faculty, Staff, Graduate, Honors, and Undergraduate students, and Alumni and Community Borrowers. Media items can leave the Library unless they are on reserve.
Bring your own headphones to the Library or check out headphones at the Circulation Desk for use at the Library's computers or listening stations. The listening rooms have speakers.
Return media to the Music & Dramatic Arts Library Circulation Desk by closing time on the date printed on the Due Date receipt. Avoid using the book drop; if you must use it, please wrap the item carefully so it is not damaged; do NOT put LPs into the book drop. If portions of the item are missing (e.g.disc, notes, case), the item will remain on your patron record and not checked in until all parts are returned; you may be subject to overdue or replacement fines.