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Audio Visual Equipment in Teaching Spaces

AV equipped rooms are classified primarily on size which also relates to the rooms functionality.

Small AV room: Primarily used for small classes and tutorials that DO NOT require videoconference or Mediasite recording.

  • Single data projector and screen
  • May have a smart board
  • In-house windows computer
  • VGA and/or HDMI for Laptop
  • Small AMX Touch screen

Medium AV Rooms: Similar to the small rooms, however designed for bigger classes.

  • Two data projectors and screens
  • In-house windows computer
  • VGA and/or HDMI for Laptop
  • May have teleconference phone
  • Digital visualiser/document camera
  • Medium AMX Touch screen

Small videoconference Rooms: Primarily used for videoconference meetings.

  • Two LCD panels
  • In-house windows PC
  • VGA and/or HDMI for laptop
  • Teleconference phone
  • Videoconference unit
  • Small to medium AMX touch panel

Medium videoconference Rooms: Used for larger videoconference meetings and teaching.

  • Two data projectors and screens
  • In-house windows computer
  • VGA and/or HDMI for laptop
  • Digital visualiser/document camera
  • Videoconference unit
  • Roving & Lapel microphones
  • Full AMX touch panel
  • May be equipped with Mediasite recorder

Large videoconference theatres: Used primarily for teaching.

  • Two, or more data projectors and screens
  • In-house windows computer
  • VGA and/or HDMI for laptop
  • Digital visualiser/document camera
  • Videoconference unit
  • Roving & Lapel microphones
  • Mediasite recording
  • Full AMX touch panel
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