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"When Dartmouth Builds"

When Dartmouth builds, it anticipates its future and honors its past. This seven-minute video, produced by Dartmouth's Development Office, explores the values and philosophy behind Dartmouth's building program. It is available at three internet connection speeds; click on one of the following video icons to select a clip. Questions? Read the viewing instructions below.

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Good (for 56k modems)

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Better (for ISDN/cable)

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Best (for high-speed connections)

For more information, see the Public Affairs news release "Dartmouth to pursue a range of key new facilities projects," Sept. 23, 2003

Viewing Instructions

First, check to see if you have a free QuickTime player installed on your computer. If you don't, download the QuickTime Player for Mac and Windows. Plan on 1 to 25 minutes to download any media player, depending on the speed of your connection.

Then, click on a link above to play a clip that matches your connection to the Internet. (If you are unsure of your connection, start with the audio-only version.) Click on the icon; the clip will load and play after a brief pause.

If you wish to watch a higher-quality version, please remember that you will have to wait for the clip to download. The expected download time will appear in the video window.

Tips

Choose an audio-only version first, it will load faster. To see a high-quality video, select the larger version, but remember that you may have to wait for 1 to 20 minutes for it to buffer or download.

Problems?

Windows Media Player may attempt, unsuccessfully, to play QuickTime movies. If so, follow these simple steps to correct the problem.

Dartmouth has television (satellite uplink) and radio (ISDN) studios available for domestic and international live and taped interviews. For more information, call 603-646-3661 or see our Radio, Television capability webpage.

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