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Audiovisual and multimedia

Audiovisual and multimedia

Standard technology solutions

Technology Solutions Centre: Audiovisual technologies

If you are looking for audiovisual technologies, the Technology Solutions Centre will connect you with our media analysts to assess your requirements, recommend solutions, and answer questions regarding audiovisual configurations. Please email to arrange a consultation.

The University of Victoria recommends the following standard audiovisual equipment.

Presentation technologies

Wolfvision VZ-9plus

Desktop Video Collaboration


Contact information

If you would like more information about the equipment listed above, please contact the Technology Solutions Centre to arrange a consultation:

Frequently asked questions

Why should I select TSC standard audiovisual technology?

  1. You will get modern, reliable audiovisual technology which is tested and known to be fully compatible with the university's technology infrastructure.
  2. You will be able to get assistance from our media analysts who are trained to fully support and troubleshoot standard audiovisual technology.
  3. Using standard equipment in classrooms and meeting spaces allows presenters to easily and confidently transition between locations without having to learn how to use a variety of equipment.

How do I order audiovisual equipment?

Please send an email to with detailed information about what kind of equipment you want to purchase. Be sure to include the building and room number of the location where you plan to install the equipment.
If you are interested in bringing video collaboration to your boardroom, please see our video collaboration section.

How do I learn more about a particular technology?

Click on a link in the drop-down menus above to learn more about a piece of equipment, including benefits and technical specifications. Alternatively, you can email with any questions or queries you might have.

How do I report a problem with damaged or malfunctioning AV equipment?

Please advise us when you find damaged screens, projectors with burnt-out bulbs or other malfunctioning equipment by submitting an on-line report, emailing, or calling Audio Visual Services at 250-721-8292.