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Digital video recording

In addition to our ability to provide Direct TV satellite viewing of local and global events, Library Media Services offers digital video
recording (DVR) of television programs. Programs on local PBS and most channels such as Discovery Channel, History Channel, etc., can be recorded via our DVR equipment for your class to watch here in the Library. The class would need to meet in the library classroom (LIB 121) to view the recorded program. (Since recording and distributing these programs in any other format is a violation of copyright, we are unable to provide a copy of the program for viewing outside the Library.)

DVR will allow for quick fast forwarding through commercials and can easily be paused and rewound or fast forwarded much like a DVD. Please give us at least three days notice of the program you need recorded so that we can make certain we are able to record it for you. We will then need a further three days notice to schedule the viewing in our classroom.

Please note that you do not need to view the program live at its scheduled time. DVR is a recording function and will store the program
until erased so it can be viewed at the convenience of your class schedule. This service is not intended to be used as a substitute for the purchase of materials that would be regularly or systematically used in a class.

Call Chris Drake at (951) 785-2190 for scheduling and further information about this Library-based DVR service.


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