Staff, students and the wider community can now know more, do more and #seemore with Griffith’s new digital video wall which goes live on June 11.

The six meter by four meter, high resolution weatherproof LED digital screen and audio system will bring together achievements and activities through a single digital platform on the Gold Coast campus.

To be known as #seemore (“Seymour”), it will act as a dynamic visual communication channel to celebrate student and staff achievements and welcome visitors, VIPs as well as engaging with current students and staff through images, video and messages.

Senior Deputy Vice Chancellor and Head of the Gold Coast campus, Professor Ned Pankhurst encouraged staff and students to contribute to #seemore.

“It will feature video, announcements, news and weather, slideshows and photos, animation and even social media posts using the hashtag #seemore,” he said.

“Students and staff can submit their own creations and content for the wall, as well as be involved in real-time social engagement and conversations happening on-screen, furthering our reputation as a world-class university.
“We foresee the G11 video wall becoming an important tool for the Griffith community to stay up-to-date with events, announcements and initiatives, as well as keeping abreast with what’s ‘trending’ — not just within our University but breaking news and events in general.”

#seemore is located in the undercroft of the Gold Coast Learning Commons, adjacent to G11.

How you can contribute

Simply use #seemore on your social media posts, or email[email protected]with your savvy broadcast ideas.

Templates for content along with submission guides can be obtained from here.