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  • BBC Question Time

    The University is hosting Question Time tomorrow night (10 December), and we thought that you might like to have a preview of what goes on behind the scenes to build a set. This is the set being built in the...

  • Winter Graduations

    Today and tomorrow we are streaming (and recording) the graduation ceremonies. If you would like to watch they are available here: http://www.bath.ac.uk/ceremonies/2015/winter/video/live/  

  • Watching Panopto

    We've had a few reports recently that some of our academic colleagues have forgotten to wear their microphones during lecture capture sessions. As a consequence, some recordings can be a little quiet. In this instance you can select a little...

  • Room Update - 2E3.1

    We've been looking at a problem in 2E3.1 last night, and we've discovered that there is an issue with interference on the signal pathway to the projector. This seems to be being caused by the dimmer contols on some of...

  • New Lecterns

    The AV Unit has invested in some new wooden lecterns to supplement our fleet of existing lecterns. We now have a matched pair of these lecterns that can be used for events staged around the campus. Please let us know...

  • Re:View Panopto Recorder

    Today Panopto have told us that there is a potential problem with anyone using the newest version of the Desktop Recorder for Panopto and the newest version of Mac OS (El Capitan). They have highlighted four problems, three of which...

  • Looking Back - Intel

    Yesterday saw the 44th anniversary (15 Nov 1971) of the Intel 4004 microprocessor. This marked the first time a user-programmable microprocessor was available on the general market. These were snapped up, both by Universities to use in research and teaching;...

  • Microphones in teaching rooms

    We provide microphones in every teaching room on campus to be able to capture at least the PC Screen and Voice. The microphones in the small rooms are on the lectern top - and look like this: In most of...

  • UNESCO - World Day for Audiovisual Heritage

    October 27 marks UNESCO's World Day for Audiovisual Heritage. "Archives at Risk: Protecting the World's Identities" is the slogan of this year's celebration. The world’s audiovisual heritage of sound recordings and moving images are extremely vulnerable as a result of...

  • New Product - Digital Paper from Sony

    This morning we had a demonstration from Sony for a new product: Digital Paper. Digital Paper is a platform to manage documents. The device is not meant for reading books on - like a Kindle. It is a purpose built...