The vast majority of centrally supported (common user) rooms include standard audio-visual equipment and some rooms are equipped with enhanced facilities. A small number of spaces (e.g. Kings Hall, Herschel Learning Lab) have bespoke AV solutions therefore it is strongly suggested to read the information provided prior to use.
For information on AV equipment in non-centrally supported spaces please see here.
All centrally supported (common user) spaces include the following as standard: -
- An AV lectern comprising: -
- Presenter PC with a standard and consistent provision of software
- HDMI cable to connect your personal device to the display
- Touch screen or push-button control system to allow easy user control of the AV system
- Visualiser (or document camera) **
- Widescreen display (either a large screen or data projector)
- Speakers to amplify any audio from the PC or your connected personal device
- ReCap **
** not provided in meeting rooms
Enhanced AV facilities
Many centrally supported spaces have enhanced audio-visual facilities. Additional equipment may include:-
- Assistive hearing systems; induction loops for hard of hearing
- Wireless microphones; microphones what can be used with the in-room audio system
- Wireless presentation; the ability to use your personal device to connect audio and video wirelessly to the AV presentation system
- Dual projection; two digital displays which allows two independent sources to be displayed simultaneously
- Interactive technology; Equipment which allows enhanced interactivity with the AV system (e.g. touch-screen displays, digital annotation)
- Videoconferencing; software or hardware videoconferencing facilities
To check what rooms have enhanced facilities please see the University Room Finder System and search by 'technology'.