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Audio Visual Services
- GATCF Labs
- 26-001 Foyer
- AV Button controls
- AV Touch Panel Control
- AV User guides
- Connecting a laptop
- Control PowerPoint with iClickr
- Document cameras/visualisers
- Flat Panel Displays
- Frequently Asked Questions
- GATCF Desktop PC
- Associated rooms
- Laptops in meeting rooms
- Media players
- Miscellaneous user guides
- Present PowerPoint with notes
- Recording Lectures
- TANDBERG Remote Controls
- Hearing Assist Device
- cisco sx10 control
- A4-130 Group table
The following audio visual room equipment classifications apply at JCU
Boardroom table style room usually with videoconferencing facilities.
Group displays with or without centralized display. Can be used as a collaborative learning space or individual group learning.
Computer lab equipped with centralized display and student computers.
Typically a large Tiered Lecture Theatre with high definition wide screen projection capable of displaying two different images simultaneously.
May have Videoconference facilities with two cameras (presenter and audience) and separate content transmission channel. May have some group collaboration capabilities.
Boardroom table style room or smaller. May or may not have videoconferencing capabilities.
Typically a large flat floor classroom with high definition wide screen projection capable of displaying two different images simultaneously.
May have Videoconference facilities with two cameras (presenter and audience) and separate content transmission channel
Specialist lab. AV equipment interfaced with specialist clinical devices or configured for customized requirements.
Typically a medium sized tiered or flat floor classroom used for local teaching
Small teaching space typically used for tutorials and smaller groups