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Teaching space receives high-tech upgrade

By Louise Errington

Kristoffer General demonstrating the new audio-visual equipment in action Kristoffer General demonstrating the new audio-visual equipment in action

One of Charles Darwin University’s teaching spaces has had a high tech make-over, opening greater learning possibilities to more students, wherever they access their studies.

The upgrade has been made to the audio visual services in teaching room Building 2A, Blue Precinct at the Australian Centre for Indigenous Knowledges and Education on Casuarina campus.

Two 80-inch high definition LCD screens, four 55-inch LCD monitors and three video cameras were installed, making group work and plenary sessions with participants located anywhere in the world possible through virtual classrooms, offices and meeting spaces.

Video conferencing, audio conferencing, electronic whiteboard capabilities and laptop and desktop camera feeds are also enabled through the new audio-visual system.

To hire the room, contact the Facilities Management team on P: 8946 6500.