AV services

Audiovisual services provided by Jamk’s Data Administration support teaching and work in a variety of ways. Modern and easy-to-use equipment with their software are available. For these, user support is provided when needed. Currently our services are:

  • distance lectures and implementation of web conferences
  • web videos and podcasts (production and distribution)

The following describes the services and gives instructions on how to use them.

Implementation of distance lectures and web conferences


In Jamk, we recommend online lectures and web conferences be implemented primarily with the Zoom or Microsoft Teams web conferencing systems.  Classrooms with video conference equipment can be booked through a classroom booking system.

Available classrooms for online and hybrid lectures are:

  • On Rajakatu: BP05, BP06, BP07, BP15, B115, B116, C113, D205 (Tulikari), FP05 (Valjakka), F306, C119
  • On Dynamo: D110 (Auditorio), D206, D310 ja D311
  • On Tarvaala: L117, L118 ja L120

There is also conference rooms and webinar studios available which can be booked via Outlook calendar. Helpdesk has some conference speakers and cameras available for short reservations.

Read more about Zoom at Jamk

Web videos and podcasts



Production of web videos and podcasts is, for the most part, carried out independently. Jamk Digi Center can guide and assist you with your project and help you in your arrangements (AV services).



In Jamk, it is possible to distribute teaching and publicity material in the form of web videos and podcasts through Panopto (a platform for publishing multimedia programmes). No user ID’s are needed for viewing direct transmissions and published video recordings or for listening to podcasts. It is possible to restrict viewing rights with the help of a pathkey. When intending to publish something, you may log into Panopto through the Haka log-in. A publishing right and a program page can be requested from HelpDesk (AV services).

Use permits for video recordings

A permission is needed for videoing a lecture held by a visitor. The organizer of the lecture / the unit in charge of videoing will ensure that the lecturer is given a use permit before the lecture. The filled-in permit form with a signature added is to be returned to the unit in charge of the arrangements – to its new media designer or to the person responsible for videoing. In each unit, the permit forms are collected within one folder in an alphabetical order and stored for their validity period + 1 year (copyright). Use permits for a video recording (in Elmo)