Use our online room search of the University's shared learning spaces and common meeting rooms to view installed multimedia equipment, user guides and computer specifications & software:
- eLearning studios
- Learning suites
- Student workshops (with wireless)
- Student workshops (BYO laptop)
- e-seminar rooms
- Seminar rooms
- Theatres (capacity over 150)
- Theatrettes (capacity under 150)
- Common meeting rooms
- Specialised spaces
List of user guides for teaching & research support at the University of Melbourne.
List of forms for requesting services for teaching & research support at the University of Melbourne.
Our program of projects designed to create shared learning spaces that are more innovative, flexible, and collaborative.
We are transforming learning space infrastructure for laptops, other personal devices, and desktop-based video-conferencing.
Guidelines for academic staff who want to install additional software on to installed computers in learning spaces.
Support consultants are available for consultations with individual academics who want guidance using the installed multimedia equipment in their allocated learning spaces.
Use this form to report any equipment faults that do not require emergency assistance. We aim to respond within two hours.
We encourage feedback about our services and the facilities that we manage. We have created a web-based feedback form to make this an easy process for you.
Immediate assistance during a teaching session is simply a matter of a phone call to our Service Desk - we aim to respond within 15 minutes. Emergency assistance is available 8am to 6.30pm, Monday to Friday during semester.
Maintenance strategies for multimedia equipment in shared learning spaces.
Learning Space Support have been working with the Timetabling Office & Venue Hirings to classify the portfolio of shared teaching spaces into "learning precincts" that make sense in terms of disciplinary-based differences in teaching and learning styles.
Outline of current proposals to upgrade the remaining "basic" theatres on the Parkville campus.
Teaching staff use LEC keys to gain access to lecterns and cupboards containing installed multimedia equipment in shared learning spaces.