The Audio Visual Services team are responsible for the specification, installation, monitoring and maintenance of all Audio Visual equipment on campus. We also provide a range of technical services and training materialsLink opens in a new window to support teaching, learning and the business needs of Warwick’s staff and students.
We regularly publish Audio Visual Service Metrics to help provide clarity and insight on our services to our colleagues and customers.
Please note, some central and locally managed rooms and workareas may not be available due to the current Covid 19 Pandemic. Further guidance on buildings status.
Rooms we support
Find out more about standard Audio Visual provisioning on campus. View and book rooms. Search for specific technology across campus.
Contact and Support Hours
024 765 22463
Reception: S0.42, Social Sciences BuildingTerm Time Support: 8:30am - 7:00pm Monday to Thursday
8:30am - 6:00pm FridayOut of Term Support: 8:30am - 5.00pm Monday to Thursday
8:30am - 4:00pm Friday
There is no on-call service outside these hours. However, subject to prior arrangement, AV technicians may be available to work outside these hours (subject to additional charges).
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Subject to service restrictions
We provide guidance on the in-classroom AV technologies that can be used to deliver sessions to students who are physically present in a classroom and students who connect remotely, using the on-site PC and AV facilities.
We offer purchasing guidance and equipment loans to allow you to be flexible around developing Audio Visual technologies and environments.
We provide a range of Audio, Video, Webinar and Desktop conferencing services.
We provide technical support for Room signage, Digital signage screens across campus and the Big Screen.
Solstice is a wireless screencasting tool that is available throughout campus.
We work to design and implement audio visual technology on campus.
The Rapidmooc Studio helps to make creating professional quality videos easy. Currently the project is in a pilot stage, following which it will be deployed to three locations across the University.
We can convert VHS tapes or audio cassettes to DVDs and CDs for you. We can also produce IDG technical video support materials.
If you're a student or staff member at Warwick, you can access thousands of hours of recorded TV and radio.
AV Services have a LapSafe Diplomat Electronic Device Locker and charging station located within the ground flour atrium of the Oculus building.
Catchbox is a soft throwable microphone that increases classroom participation and student engagement.
On-Campus - Cleaning and Hygiene Guidance
Please see the University guidance in relation to the Covid-19 Lecture Theatre/room checklist
Please also see the University Space Management guidance on CTTRs and associated floorplans/risk assessments
Off-Campus Lecture Delivery
Please note that Universal Capture is the recommended method for delivering lectures at present due to the current remote working policy.
For more information, please visit Lecture Capture
Remote Working Tools
Please note that for remote working, meetings and collaboration we recommend using Microsoft Teams and Live Events
For more information in relation to Zoom Video Conferencing
Working or learning from within China?
IT Services has created some guidance in relation to collaboration and virtual connections