The Language Resource Center, located on the second floor of Carnegie Hall, features two language labs, a large collection of language software, foreign language films, music, games, foreign language dictionaries, and world maps. It is directed by Gisele El Khoury who, assisted by her student staff, strives not only to complement the course offerings of The Department of Modern Languages and Literatures but also to promote the innovative use of technology in the language classrooms and their attendant labs.
Hours of Operations:
- Mondays to Thursdays: 8:30 am to 10 pm
- Fridays: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
- Saturdays: Closed
- Sundays: 7 pm to 10 pm
How to contact us:
- Phone: 229-5642
- Email: email@example.com
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What you can do at the Language Resource Center:
- Polyglot/Language Writing Centers: These are advanced students and native speakers that are available to help with grammar review, and essay organization in Spanish, French, and German.
- Recording space: The LRC’s recording studio in Carnegie 210 is a dedicated space for recording and processing audio and video-based projects. The room is equipped with a computer workstation, a professional microphone, a whiteboard, and a green screen. The room is ideal for recording and producing audio and video files, including but not limited to voiceovers and podcasts. This room may be reserved by submitting a request to Gisele El Khoury firstname.lastname@example.org
- Video conference system: Located in Carnegie 212, the video conference system can be used to attending or hosting professional meetings and connecting with student organizations on other campuses, bringing a guest speaker to your classroom, and teaching/taking online classes with participants at other campuses.
- Viewing Room: Located in Carnegie 211, this room is used for video screenings; faculty and students may use the room to watch videos as required for their courses.
- Events: Examples include Carnegie 10 International Film series, World Languages week, and Conversational tables, among others.
- Equipment: Houses media equipment that students may use for coursework or research in a collaborative space. Examples: Video cameras, and headsets.
- Laptops: We have four laptops available for students and faculty to borrow. Each laptop is equipped with the same software available on the lab workstations.
This page contains catalogs of films, useful online resources, a page dedicated to Teaching Assistants (TAs), and Lab audios.