Audiovisual services

Teaching Technology provide reactive and proactive support for audiovisual (AV) technology used in teaching and learning, meetings and research outcomes.

Teaching Technology responsibilities

  • Maintenance, monitoring and auditing of permanently installed audiovisual (AV) technologies within shared teaching and collaboration spaces at the University including display/sound systems and touch panels.
  • Provision of portable AV technologies required to support the University’s business needs: sound-systems, microphones and MUPPETS (Multi-Use Portable Presentation E-communication Trolley).
  • Support for electronic lecture and presentation recording services both in person and remotely.
  • Venue specific training in the effective use of available AV technologies: lectern-based equipment, display systems, video conferencing and lecture or presentation recording.
  • Assistance with the planning, management and implementation of AV technology upgrades in shared teaching spaces at the University.
  • Technical support for ‘Wallflower’, the University’s digital signage system, and associated digital information displays (DIDs).

Key technologies used in teaching and learning spaces

  • Display devices used for presentations, collaboration and communication, for example all-in-one mobile display systems, data projectors, document cameras and screens.
  • Sound systems to aid in the distribution of sound for listeners, for example loudspeakers, amplifiers, microphones.
  • User interfaces for easy utilisation of AV technology, for example touch panel controls.
  • Communication tools to aid in collaboration and content sharing e.g., presentation recording (VStream service and Personal Capture software), Video Conference (VC).
  • Remote monitoring, support and control of managed AV systems (provided via AMX RMS).

Most teaching and collaboration spaces throughout the University are equipped with AV technology. A personal laptop or compatible device can normally be displayed on the technology available in the University’s teaching spaces, and wireless screen sharing software is also available in all rooms with a resident PC.

Content saved to the locally installed computer is accessible to all users, so it should only be used a temporary storage area.

Booking and enquiries

See our AV equipment page for a full list portable AV equipment available. To book AV equipment use the online form in Staff Service Centre.

To book the larger of the two Advanced Learning and Communications Facilities (ALCF) rooms on Level 9 of Rankine Brown (RB901 and RB903), use the web room booking system.

To book ACLF room RB903 please contact the Service Desk.

Search for a room

To find an appropriate room for teaching or a meeting, search for rooms by campus, room type, capacity and specification.

Room specifications

All teaching and learning spaces at the University are built for a certain purpose and are equipped with AV equipment suitable to the rooms specification. View our list of room specifications.

Search all teaching rooms grouped by specification.