LSE provides a range of technologies, listed below, that you can use in the classroom to enhance your teaching. See also the AV Unit website, which provides lists of where equipment is available, and information about the technology available in specific rooms.
If you want to borrow or discuss the use of any of these, please email us firstname.lastname@example.org.
The library has launched an LSE laptop loan service, "i-roam", which makes 60 laptops available for staff and students to use in the library.
Borrow from CLT
- small audio recording devices that you can use to record your lectures
- a.k.a. "personal response system" (PRS) or "clickers" for immediate feedback from students. Find out more about instant voting.
- plug-and-play device that makes whiteboards interactive. Find out more about e-beam.
Tablet PCs, laptops, flip cameras
- to make recordings of presentations; video interviews; create interactive presentations etc.
Teaching Room Equipment
A way of projecting either computer or video images onto a large screen.
Any object and document placed on the visualiser platter is projected to students on the big screen.
Lecture Recording System
Scheduled recording and online publishing of lectures. Find out more about:
Two short clips to explain how to use equipment in the classrooms:
Teaching Room photos and equipment (maintained by timetables)
LSEForYou - to book some rooms on an ad hoc basis
Contact email@example.com if you would like to borrow any of our gadgets.
picture of empty lecture hall by sholeh!! on flickr