PNR Learning Studio wins Audio Visual Industry Award

29 August 2012

The University's new Learning Studio in the Peter Nichol Russell (PNR) building has taken out the Best Application of Audiovisual (AV) in Education atthis year's Audio Visual Industry Awards. The award recognises applications of AV that push at the boundaries of AV innovation in an educational environment.

Designed as a formal teaching space, the studio is integrated with state of the art pod technology to encourage collaboration as well as the creation of knowledge between teaching staff and students. The large pod screens can also be used to project class material, students' own material or staff can even elect to displaystudents' workto the rest of the class.

The space was developed as part of the Learning Networks Project and is led through the DVC (Education) portfolio in collaboration with Campus Infrastructure Services, Information and Communications Technology, the University Library and Sydney eLearning.

For more information on the Learning Networks Project, please contact the Director of eLearning and Learning Space.