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In a life threatening emergency, dial 000, and request Ambulance, Police or Fire
For ANU Security, dial (02) 612 52249
Priority Support for Teaching
- For urgent assistance when in front of a classroom, dial x54321, option 1
- For any other non-urgent issues that do not relate to in room teaching, select option 2 or log a ticket at https://servicedesk.anu.edu.au
In Kambri, including rooms in the Marie Reay building and in the Kambri Cultural Centre, contact:
Kambri Precinct Support
Phone: (02) 6125 6479
Llewellyn Hall Support
Phone: (02) 612 55731
How can I book a room with the equipment I need?
The best option, if it is possible, is to make the room requirements for your course known in the Timetabling data collection process. Then your course activities will be timetabled into rooms that are the right size and have the right equipment. Your College Student Administration Managers are the best contact for this process.
A list of all the bookable rooms detailing the equipment in each is maintained in the IT knowledge based article ANU Teaching Space Delivery Types.
To book any of these rooms:
for a course
- Check when the room may be available at https://timetable.anu.edu.au
- Email Timetabling@anu.edu.au, being sure to include your course code
for an event not directly related to a course
- Email email@example.com
- ANU Venue Hire - Staff Services - ANU
- For rooms in the Marie Reay building or Kambri Cultural Center email Kambri.firstname.lastname@example.org
A quick rehearsal in the space you are going to use is an excellent way to check that all the teaching activities you have planned will work as you expect, and set you up for a successful first class. This is especially necessary if you need to teach in Dual Delivery mode (i.e. you have students both online and in the room with you, at the same time). Room Familiarisation Sessions are run around the start of each semester, and can also be booked as required. This page also provides recordings of past room familiarisation sessions, and the details for booking into upcoming workshops and training.
How to use Room Features
Lectures, Lectorials and Seminars will be scheduled to record automatically 5 minutes into the session and stop 5 minutes before the session time ends.
You can start an Ad-hoc recording from the Lectern PC (in Echo enabled spaces) by clicking on the Lecture capture icon on the desktop and accessing the Echo360 recording interface.
Echo livestream can also be started Ad Hoc through Lecture capture
Dual Delivery at ANU
These are teaching spaces referred to as Dual Delivery Basic. It consists of a USB plug-in microphone and USB plug-in webcam.
It also has the standard ANU teaching equipment.
- USB plug-in devices do not feed audio to Echo recordings
- Use lapel mic and handheld mic for audio capture to Echo360 and hearing assistance
Dual Delivery Full Room
These spaces offer integrated microphone and camera. Academics do not have to bring their own. The square ceiling microphone captures audio to Zoom, while the lapel and handheld microphones captures audio for Echo360 (in Echo enabled rooms only), hearing assistance and voice amplification.
Note: Use lapel microphone in additional to the ceiling microphone for Echo audio and hearing assistance.
The Document camera is a display input option in teaching spaces. This replaces any other displays when enabled.
Document camera cannot be used as a share option to Zoom participants in the Dual Delivery basic spaces
This allows you to present your device through the audio visual system wirelessly when connected to the ANU-Secure Wi-Fi.
Using the touch panel located on the lectern, turn the system on, if it is not already, by touching the screen. Once the system has booted up, select “Wireless Presenter” and then select “Send to Screen”.
The wireless presentation system will now display instructions on the preview monitor and main display. And each student POD if “Show Lecture” has been selected on the touch panel located below each POD screen. Follow these instructions on how to wirelessly present your device.
Most of the centrally supported teaching spaces at the Acton campus have infra red hearing augmentation devices installed. Other rooms have Hearing Loops installed. More information
Lapel and hand-held microphones have 3 general functions in the room
- Voice amplification
- Echo Audio capture (Echo-enabled spaces only)
- Hearing assistance
Note: These microphone do not provide audio into Zoom or Teams on the PC.
Square ceiling microphone (LST upgraded spaces) only provide audio to Zoom. NOT the functionality listed above.
Additional services may include: Whiteboard capture; Blu-ray, DVD or CD player; mobile whiteboard; SMARTBoard; or other special features in a room, e.g. a science demonstration desk.