Gianpaolo Vignali, Academic Lead for MECD, provides an overview of some of the most unique spaces our home has to offer, discussing the AV you'll find in each space and the support available in getting the most out of your teaching sessions.
Engineering Building A has five computer clusters, ranging from 68 to 184 capacity. This video guides provides an overview of using the dual-screen functionality in the clusters to support more interactive and agile teaching sessions, as well as using Solstice screen capture and Zoom/Teams to support blended learning.
This unique space, located next to Cafe Collaborate on the Ground Floor of Engineering Building A, supports a range of pedagogical approaches and learning styles, with a layout and AV support which is perfect for group work and delivery of more interactive sessions. The video guide explores how the dynamic layout of the space and AV support a range of learning and session styles.
The Interconnected rooms, on the Second Floor of Engineering Building A, form a horseshoe and consist of four rooms which can either be used as standalone meet and teach rooms or opened up to create one dynamic didactic approach. All 4 space, when connected, offer a capacity of 354 students. The video guide explores how the space supports more dynamic, problem-solving in sessions and how Solstice can be used to support this.
For any spaces not covered in our new video guides, or for more specific guidance around softwares and technologies in each spaces, please access our digital AV user guides page.
You can also access the MECD Space Catalogue for a comprehensive guide on the technology available by room type.