ICUR19 Two Days. Eight Countries. Five Continents
The AV team supported the International Conference for Undergraduate Research from the 24th-25th September.
This is one of the biggest technical challenges we face each year, as we attempt to connect students from across the globe for a 48-hour conference organised by the IATL.
British Science Festival
University of Warwick had the privilege of hosting the British Science Festival this year in September.
The British Science Festival is Europe’s longest-running science festival, with hundreds of top scientists and speakers to share the latest and greatest scientific breakthroughs.
A year of planning for 4 successful days.
The AV team was involved 12 months prior to the event in the planning and meeting the AV requirements for the festival. The event went smoothly and the organisers were very pleased with the setup and support that they received during the event.
Our Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Stuart Croft, said:
“I’m delighted that the British Science Festival enabled us to open our doors and showcase our world class research as well as the way in which we bring knowledge and industry closer together.”
“I’d like to thank everyone involved – from our own staff members who helped organise the festival, to those who presented, the event sponsors and, of course, the British Science Association itself.”
Gibbet Hill Teaching Space Upgrades
GLT1 and GLT4 on the Gibbet Hill Campus have been completely refurbished this Summer as part of a major refurbishment project. The AV team have been working closely with Estates, Space Managment and BGS Architects to completely transform the spaces prior to the start of term.
Further information about GLT 1 and GLT4 is available on our room information pages.
Windows 10 now available in all Centrally Timetabled Rooms
Windows 10 has now been rolled out to all Centrally Timetable Teaching Rooms. Staff and students can log in using their ITS username and password.
External visitors can connect their own laptops using the cables provided in each teaching space, alternatively, any member of staff can request a temporary ITS account for an external visitor here.
Lecture Capture Service Update
We have seen a 50% increase in recordings each year since the Lecture Capture service was launched back in 2013 and last year we scheduled over 12,000 recordings for you. We are anticipating a similar increase this year and will require you to submit your recording requests before the 14th of September, to guarantee your recordings are scheduled prior to the start of term.
If your department has a Lecture Capture co-ordinator that manages your recording requests (Chemistry, Economics, Law, Life Sciences, PAIS, Psychology, Physics, WBS, WMS), please inform them of your requirements as soon as possible.
For those of you who request your own recordings, please complete our booking form now.