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Minimum equipment specifications
- At least one overhead projector (OHP) - OHP transparencies viewable via document camera where OHP not present
- Wireless coverage.
Additional equipment and user guides
NOTE: Multiple ticks in a column indicate multiple installed items.
Handheld microphones are not kept in learning spaces. Request handheld microphones by contacting Learning Space Support.
|Room name||Image||Capacity||Accessible entrance||Hearing aid loop||Laptop input||HDMI input||Mac mini||iMac||Data projector||LCD screen||Document camera||DVD/VCR player||Lapel & lectern mic||Handheld mic not located in room||Touch panel controls||Push button controls|
| Doug McDonell-1133|
| Doug McDonell-3091,2|
[Denis Driscoll theatre]
Doug McDonell-309 [Denis Driscoll theatre]
| Doug McDonell-4022|
| Doug McDonell-4032|
| Doug McDonell-503|
[Steve Howard theatre]
Doug McDonell-503 [Steve Howard theatre]
- This space contains a legacy cassette player which is obsolete technology that cannot be repaired. The equipment will be withdrawn when it ceases to operate.
- DVD player.
- No tables
Presenters need a LEC key to access cupboards/lecterns containing installed multimedia equipment.
Infrastructure Services staff will open these spaces in advance of all classes and events that have been pre-booked in the central timetable system. Campus security will perform this function during weekends and evenings, if classes and events are pre-booked in the central timetable system.
To ensure a safe and secure campus for all, campus security and client services staff will decline to open spaces if there is no booking in the central timetable system.