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UTMB Galveston - Biocommunications
Mr. Sam Davis
301 University Blvd.
Galveston, TX 77555
The University of Texas Medical Branch is one of the main medical research and teaching facilities for the entire UT College System. Its campus (located in Galveston, Texas) contains hospitals, educational classrooms, experimental facilities, and a large Biocommunications Department that services the entire UT System. Levin Hall, a 900-seat auditorium built in the mid-1980s, is the largest meeting/teaching facility on campus and is used for classroom instruction, training and testing. With biocommunications (the combination of telecommunications and medical technology) becoming a central focus of the medical industry in general, it was decided to renovate Levin Hall to make it a state-of-the-art multimedia facility that would easily support the audio, video, telecommunication, and entertainment requirements of the instructors, staff and students.
In addition to providing the very best in presentation technology, the Levin Hall A/V System is simple for nontechnical personnel to operate and is very user-friendly. The system allows all current source materials to be fully utilized and integrated into a seamless presentation, and is designed to be easily updated to meet the challenges of many proposed video and computer formats.