Classroom Audio Visual Services gets new name, new manager

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The unit responsible for supporting classroom technology needs across campus has a new name and a new manager.

CAVS (Classroom Audio Visual Services) – a unit of McMaster University Library – has been renamed Campus Classroom Technologies (CCT).

Chris McAllister, the new Library Computing & Classroom Technology Manager, will now be overseeing CCT.

CCT, part of the Library & Learning Technologies Division of the Library, is responsible for the design, installation, ongoing support and end-user training for audio-visual equipment in all Registrar-controlled classrooms (and other designated spaces) across the McMaster campus.

CCT collaborates with other campus units on the creation of new classrooms and the renovation of existing classrooms to meet new pedagogical needs.

McAllister says he and his team remain committed to providing excellent customer service and will continue to seek opportunities to improve the classroom experience for faculty and students campus-wide.

Learn more about CCT.