The physical Learning and Teachings spaces within Griffith University are an important investment in student learning. Interaction between lecturers and their students is a significant part of the learning process, and here at Griffith University technology is used throughout our learning spaces to enhance and support this interaction.
As we move further into the 21st century these spaces within our University will need to improve as technology becomes better and more efficient. INS Client Technology Services understands this and realize that our existing theatres need to have work completed in them so we can better utilize our facilities.
The Griffith University 2009 - 2013 Strategic Plan (page 7) clearly states
The physical and virtual learning environments available to our students are an important part of their overall experience at Griffith, and contribute to their success. The University will continue to invest in its learning environments, to ensure that Griffith students have access to the best possible learning spaces and online resources.
To work towards this goal the we have begun an Audiovisual Upgrade project to standardize all our audio visual equipment in the teaching spaces. This will benefit the users of the lecture theatres and tutorial rooms as the systems will work the same in each completed space.