Fixed and portable AV/Media Technology facilities are available in teaching and learning spaces.
Digital Services support teaching and learning throughout the University by providing fixed and portable AV/Media Technology facilities in centrally bookable teaching and learning spaces throughout our four campuses.
Over 80% of the rooms we support have fixed facilities; we can provide portable AV/Media equipment to the remainder ensuring their setup adheres to health and safety regulations.
Learning spaces have, as a minimum:
- Data Projector or Display Screen
- Fixed pc with access to teaching technologies including Panopto and TurningPoint
- HDMI for connection of laptops
- Control panel to switch input and control audio playback levels
- Audio playback through ceiling speakers or in-built within screens
- Wireless keyboard and mouse for added flexibility
Please note fixed microphones for audio amplification and secondary microphones for Audio Capture are available as default in larger spaces only. Please refer to our Fixed IT and audiovisual equipment list to find rooms with Audio amplification microphones and Audio Capture microphones.
For more information on how to book technical support, or additional portable equipment, please refer to: AV/Media Bookings
For a general overview of the technology within teaching rooms please refer to the guides below.
Each semester, ICT Customer Services and Support offer tailored training to staff either on an individual basis or it can be arranged for groups.
This typically includes basic functions of technologies within lecture theatres and teaching rooms which supports our customers in delivering presentations and using Fixed IT and audiovisual equipment with greater confidence.
These sessions are advertised via our Digital Services Events page, an all-staff email or through out Twitter feed @UlsterUniDS. Should you require training in any of our facilities outside of the scheduled training sessions, please contact our Service Desk.
Teaching room technology guides
- General Classroom technology overview
- Lumens ladibug visualiser quick guide
- Wolfvision Visualiser demo video
- Mersive Solstice Demo
How to obtain help
How to contact the Service Desk
Service Desk Hours
Semester 1 and 2
Monday - Friday 8am - 8pm
Saturday – Sunday 1pm – 5pm
All other times except extended closure
Monday - Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 4pm
Extended Closure - Easter and Christmas Holidays
There is no cost associated with the AV/Media loans service in support of teaching and learning.
If equipment and/or support is required for an external event or conference, charges will be incurred, see separate catalogue entry on Event Support.
All staff of the University
ICT Customer Services