This service is available only to University staff.
The Audio-Visual Consultancy service is provided for those who wish to discuss audio-visual requirements, for example, in advance of a project or purchase.
If you are organising an audio-visual project, for which you need to discuss your requirements, please use the Audio-Visual Booking Form—under the ‘Further comments or request additional service or support’ section, please provide detalis of your needs. A member of the technical support team will then contact you.
The Newton building's new flexible Learning Lab provides state of the art, flexible teaching space right in the heart of campus. Equipped with multi function Audio Visual hotstations, signage and collaboration spaces.
A series of new simulation suite have been developed to replicate a real hospital environments. In addition, the observation analysis gallery allows two way Audio Visual integration with audio and multi point camera recording devices. This allows synchronised playback for debriefing and streaming their scenarios to enable peer observation, learning and feedback.
Audio visual in our Megalabs spaces allows four leading laboratories to interconnect and overcome geographic boundaries. These laboratories can be used in any combination with the AV teach presentation replicated into any room along with voice, source audio and a camera relay. A complex solution within an innovative space.
A selection of some of the largest teaching spaces and lecture theatres on campus. As part of the recent major renovation, all the audio visual faculties were upgraded to include HD dual projection support along with 7.1 audio support.
During 2011, Salford University expanded its campus into the newly developed Media City UK site at Salford Quays. This purpose-built teaching venue includes an abundance of lecturing spaces, a conference facility, studio performance spaces, TV studios and Digital signage throughout.
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Our campus solution for digital signage has been chosen by users for its versatility and ease of use. For any project, ITS will identify the most suitable screen from its standardised range; however, screen content is created and controlled locally by the relevant school or department. Training for content creators is self-led by way of online tutorials.