Audio Visual support for teaching, events, new installations, digital signage and equipment hire.
What equipment is available?
Available equipment varies according to the room's size and function. This may include visualisers, PC, DVD, data projectors and flat screen monitors. Select rooms may only have access to PC projection.
Official University Functions Audio Visual Support
Support (including equipment and personnel) is available for official University functions, presentations and concerts by arrangement.
Do you have a big conference call or conference coming up and would like the peace of mind of having an AV staff member onsite to help you?
Due to COVID-19 the university is not currently offering any face-to-face training.
Permanent chargers with two wireless microphone transmitters have been installed in lecture theatres and advanced seminar rooms across all campuses.
What this means for users
When you arrive at the theatre, all you are required to do is select a charged microphone transmitter from the charger, ensure it is switched on and then attach it to yourself ready to move freely around the room.
The transmitters will only work in the venue in which they are installed. Please do not remove them or change any of the settings on the wireless microphone unit .
Training and Resources
If you wish for training or practice in the operation of equipment for a specific room you should book the room using room bookings then visit the Audio Visual booking form to make a training booking online.
Turning Off Equipment:
If you know that there will not be a class or presenter following you in the room, please shut down the equipment using the touch-panel. This saves lamp life, equipment life and electricity. There will be a button on the main page labelled "Shut Down". Note that the projector will stay on for up to a minute after you touch this button as it will run cooling fans until it reaches its safe temperature.
Digital signage screens provide a much more effective and instant way for the university to get messages across all campuses. Our digital signs can display rich digital media content, videos, live streams, TV and social media information on a range video walls, video projectors and large digital screens.
We manage our digital sign content using an application called Appspace.
Griffith Digital Signage
Find out more about digital signage at Griffith, including:
- Digital Signage Costs which are dependent on on the size of the screen and location
- How to request a new digital sign
- Request access to Appspace
- Contact us for general support, to report an issue or ask a question
Be Remarkable and digital signage
G11 Big Digital Screen - Griffith's Flagship Digital Screen
Our Gold Coast 6m x 4m, high resolution, weatherproof LED digital screen with hi-fi audio system brings together achievements and activities through a single digital platform on the Southport campus.
The G11 Big Digital Screen acts as a dynamic visual communication channel. It celebrates student and staff achievements, welcomes visitors and engages with current students and staff through images, video and messages.
How you can contribute to G11 Big Digital Screen
Email email@example.com with your savvy broadcast ideas.
Consultation and Project Management for Installations
Design and project coordination staff are available for advice and consultation on audio visual installations.
Audio Visual Systems
Generally, we will only recommend equipment and systems that are similar, if not identical, to the current standards being installed in common-use teaching spaces.
Some of our criteria for agreeing to manage a project include
- quotes from preferred suppliers only.
- professional grade equipment
- minimum 3-year warranty for data projectors
- all on-costs borne by requestor or reimbursed to us.
- all health and safety rules followed.
- best practice wiring rules followed.
- potential modification of room environment, e.g. lights, curtains, screens.
For new audio visual and video conferencing room installations, please complete the request form below.