About the Language Learning Center Labs
Digital Media Lab/Classroom (Baldwin Hall 309)
Baldwin Hall 309 is home to our digital media lab/classroom with 29 networked multi-media computers available for student use. With the software and equipment available in BH309, students can work on any of the numerous Language Lab programs. All of the BH309 computers are multi-language capable, allowing students to type in Japanese, Chinese, Russian, Spanish, French, and many other languages.
BH309 is also available for reservation by faculty for classes or for presentations. Any program or file connected through the front central computer can be projected onto the 96″ monitor and/or onto the individual screens of the 29 workstations. Sound can be projected through the room speakers or over the headphones. Multi-functional audio software allows for pairing of students for group discussions, one-on-one discussion between student and professor, and between the professor and the entire class.
Group Work Interactive Lab
Baldwin Hall 308 is also the home to a fully networked computer lab allowing access to all Language Lab programs, the Internet, and Microsoft Office.
This lab is equipped with 14 student computers and two instructor stations. Designed for pair and group work activities the classroom will seat 28 students. The modular desks and tables are movable and can be configured in many orientations. At one end of the room is a 68″ dual access SMART Board with a SONY digital video camera to record professor and/or students. At the other end is a 92″ monitor and teacher’s station set up to monitor and interact with the student stations in the room.