IT Services provides audio/video resources, equipment and expertise to employees on the Anchorage Main Campus and the University Center. Services include delivery, repair and training for audio video equipment and video teleconferencing. IT designs and builds smart classrooms for use in instruction. Videography and video conversion are available for faculty.

 

Equipment Delivery & Pickup

Monday - Friday (8am-5pm)

Faculty and staff can use audio/video equipment in classrooms or offices. AV Services will deliver the equipment or you can pick it up at their office in GHH.  See the full list of available equipment.

Request equipment using the online form

AV Location Map

Address:

Gordon Hartlieb Hall (GHH), Room 101

Hours

Summer

  • Monday - Friday (8am-5pm)

Fall & Spring

  • Monday - Thursday (8am-10pm)
  • Friday (8am-5pm)
  • Saturday (Closed)

Interim

  • Monday - Friday (8am-5pm)
 

Video Conferencing

Video Tele Conferencing (VTC) at UAA utilizes the internet to transmit live audio and video. AVS has units built into conference and classrooms as well as mobile units that can be temporarily placed in any VTC-ready room. A variety of multimedia devices, including visualizers and laptops can be used to transmit presentations and other materials during a VTC.

Request a video conference using the online form

 

Smart Classrooms

Some rooms on campus are preconfigured as Smart Classrooms, rooms with built in audio/video equipment. The equipment depends on the room's tier. Tiers range from 1, general classrooms, to 3, video teleconferencing rooms. See the list of available Smart Classrooms in the technology knowledge base.

 

Video Production Services for Faculty

Faculty using video in instruction can work with Academic Innovations & eLearning (formerly Faculty Technology Center) on videography and video conversion. AIeL media services can also help you produce a video from conception to completion. They can assist in converting existing video formats like VHS or DVD to formats suitable for deployment on the web and in smart classrooms.