IT FacilitiesIT Services runs a varied set of facilities across the University of Reading campuses, including loan equipment and other services.
ITS can advise on assistive technologies upon request.
Classroom Teaching Technology:
Advice on Use of Teaching technologies in Centrally Bookable Rooms
Data projectors, laptops, video cameras, digital voice recorders and other AV Equipment are available through the loans service in the Main Library.
The bookable computer facilities offer PCs running Microsoft Windows.
All PC facilities offer black and white laser printing. Colour printers are available in the Libraries at Whiteknights and Bulmershe Court and also in Palmer G05b.
Scanners are available in the Libraries at Whiteknights and Bulmershe Court.
Student Access to Independent Learning is situated on the first floor of the Main Library, the S@IL facilities have been developed to support student study and to help staff to take more advantage of electronic media and communication tools in their teaching and in the learning activities of their students.
Video-conferencing units are available in Committee Rooms 1 & 2 in Whiteknights House. It is also possible to request the setup of a video-conferencing unit in S@iL 106. All these rooms are bookable via Central Room Bookings. If the assistance of a technician is required (mandatory in the case of S@iL 106) this can be booked via IT Services.
ITS can advise on the streaming of events, lectures and seminars both live and from the streaming server. IT Services can advise on linking from Blackboard to the videos or audio recordings on the streaming server
For further information on any of the services below, please fill out the form in 'Things to Do'
School PC Facilities:
IT services can provide a tailored PC Lab facility upon request
Print Queue Management
IT Services can advise on the use of multi-media in teaching & learning, how to record material and how to convert existing recordings.
IT Services can assist with the provision of digital signage to help you get your message across.
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