In response to discussions about future ways of working, the CMVM College Registrar summarised the initial feedback in the document “CMVM future space use – hybrid working. Summary of initial campus feedback”. This identified the need that some rooms on campus would be expected to run hybrid meetings in future, meaning those that have some participants on-campus (following appropriate government rules such as social distancing and hand hygiene), and some participants off-campus. 

There are currently a limited number of rooms that can already host hybrid meetings: those with high-quality VScene abilities, E3.04 that was piloting Skype for remote meetings in QMRI and the Clinical Skills debrief room in the Medical Education Centre. These are outlined in the “Rooms for remote meetings” section on https://www.wiki.ed.ac.uk/display/ISGM/Online+Meetings  

This project seeks address the gap between the expected need for more meeting rooms to run hybrid meetings and the existing technical limitations of equipment in the meeting rooms, within the limited budget available. This project will explore a number of spaces and options, and feed into the wider University work on hybrid campus. It will align with the work being undertaken by Learning Spaces Technology in relation to hybrid teaching spaces as much as possible.

Project Info

Project
Enabling CMVM Rooms for Hybrid Meetings
Code
MVM529
Programme
MVM Business Administration (MVMBUS)
Management Office
ISG PMO
Project Manager
Sheila Fraser
Project Sponsor
Jim Nisbet
Current Stage
Execute
Status
In Progress
Project Classification
Run
Start Date
06-May-2021
Planning Date
11-May-2021
Delivery Date
n/a
Close Date
n/a
Programme Priority
3
Overall Priority
Normal
Category
Discretionary

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