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AV Spaces available for student use

UniSA has a large number of Audio Visual (AV) equipped spaces available for students to use for study and meetings.

These spaces are available on all UniSA campuses. Depending on the room their functionality and use can vary slightly, based on the equipment and room design.

Below you will find specific details about the following AV spaces:

  • Collaborative Teaching Spaces (CTS)
  • Project Rooms
  • Adaptive Technology Suites (ATS)
  • Syndicate Rooms
  • Other Rooms

Collaborative Teaching Spaces (CTS) allow for completely flexible use of the technology within a room. Allowing any computer or device to be displayed on a large display, or shared around the entire room.

Further information (including a short demonstration video) can be found on the Collaborative Teaching Space page.

Project rooms allow small teams to collaborate using a display and connection for your own device.

Staff and students are able to use a number of project rooms of various sizes which can be booked using the Library Study Room Booking system.

Further information can be found on the Project Rooms page.

ATS have computer facilities (both software and hardware) available for use by students with disabilities.

ATS rooms are only available to eligible users. For access to ATS please contact Disability Services. Disability Services staff will introduce new users to the facilities and arrange training where required. More information can be found on the Assistive technology for students page.

Further information (including a short demonstration video) can be found on the Adaptive Technology Suites page.

Syndicate rooms allow users to connect to a large format display with interactive touch.

For more information, visit the Syndicate Room page.

Please see the Practice Room page for a short demonstration video.

Enables people to electronically navigate their way around UniSA buildings. These are currently available throughout the Jeffrey Smart Building.