Surface Hub


The Surface Hub is an all-in-one digital interactive whiteboard, meetings platform, and collaborative computing device. 


  1. Reserve a Surface Hub by sending an Outlook meeting invitation to the device name (see example below). 

    • For example, if you want to reserve the Surface Hub at 29 Park Place, send an Outlook meeting invitation to with the date and time you would like to use it.

  2. When you arrive at the location, tap your name displayed on the screen and log in with your OHIO credentials. 

Current Surface Hub spaces

  • ARC 321

  • Gordy 111

  • Seigfred 540

  • 29 Park Place

Who can access

  • Current OHIO students, faculty, and staff.


  • With an integrated webcam and Microsoft Teams, you can have collaborative meetings and classes.

  • Use the whiteboard with multiple fingers or the supplied pen to draw, share, and collaborate with others.

  • Use the Surface Hub with Microsoft 365 apps for content creation, editing, and collaboration.

  • Screen share to display content from another device.

Additional resources

Join the Learning Spaces Advisory Community

Service support

Get help


The Surface Hub has the same accessibility options as Microsoft's Windows 10. Visit the following Microsoft support pages for more information about accessibility features available for the Surface Hub: 

Ohio University strives to make its digital resources and services accessible to all visitors, including those with disabilities who may also be using assistive technology. If special steps are necessary in order to improve the accessibility of experiences for end-users, those steps must be taken. 
If you experience a barrier that affects your ability to access OHIO websites, videos, online forums, documents, or other information technology, please let us know
For further information about OHIO's digital accessibility resources, see:


The Ohio University Information Security Office strives to educate and empower the University community to appropriately manage risks and protect OHIO’s information and systems. This effort is facilitated through policies, standards, and information security risk management program, as well as other tools and guidance that are provided to the University community. This modern approach creates a safe computing environment in which the University community can teach, learn, and conduct research. 

For additional information about OHIO’s security resources, see:

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