Check out our video conferencing spacesPosted: May 8, 2017
In the 21st century, people are using libraries for so much more than simply retrieving books.
All of our Griffith libraries have different types of spaces for you to use. We have shelves filled with books (obvs); sometimes tired students nap in the aisles between these, but we suggest you don’t – it’s an OH&S hazard.
We’ve got silent study spaces so you can buckle down and study, quiet study spaces ‘cause sometimes you’ve gotta make a little bit of noise, social study spaces for collaboration, and bookable group study areas if you need a bit more privacy.
But, did you know that we also have private student video conferencing spaces at Gold Coast and Nathan campuses?
You can book these rooms online, just like the group study rooms. But though the booking method may be the same, the uses are actually very different.
You can use the student video conferencing spaces to:
- Present and share information to a large screen via your laptop (or a borrowed library laptop).
- Make a call to another Griffith Student Video Conference pod or staff member.
- Skype, using your personal Skype details.
If all this sounds super fancy, but a little confusing – never fear! We have how-to guides on the basics of using the video conferencing spaces, how to use Skype in the spaces, and how to present information on the screen.
Remember though, if you’re having a meeting that doesn’t require video conference technology, use a group study room instead.