facilities

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, seating arrangements have been reconfigured and seating capacities have been reduced for CLT facilities.
Photographs and figures do not represent recent seating changes.

Computer Labs

  • reservation only
  • seating capacity: 30
  • seating type: chairs
  • Elmo document camera
  • markerboard: 4 x 6
  • computers: 23 PC (20 student, 1 handicap access, 1 monitor, 1 instructor) Windows 10
  • display: laser projector
  • other equipment: headsets with microphones, conference table
  • auxiliary inputs/outputs: HDMI cable for laptop connection
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  • reservation only
  • seating capacity: 30
  • 24 PC (22 student, 1 monitor, 1 instructor) Windows 10
  • seating capacity: 30
  • seating type: chairs
  • markerboard: 4 x 6
  • display: laser projector
  • other equipment: headsets with microphones, conference table
  • auxiliary inputs/outputs: HDMI cable for laptop connection
  • anki, audacity, clan, hot potatoes 6, QGIS, R, second life, transcriber, praat, photoscape, photostory 3
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The mission of the Project Development Lab (Moore Hall 155B) is to assist faculty in integrating technology into their teaching. Through consultation, training, and support, staff enables faculty to enrich their course delivery through technology-enhanced instruction. The Project Development Lab is open to faculty and staff of the college on a walk-in basis. The lab is not a student facility, but students working with faculty members can be authorized to use the lab as project assistants. The philosophy of the lab is to train faculty to use tools and then provide assistance if help is needed.
  • seating capacity: 26
  • seating type: chairs
  • markerboard: 6 x 4 rolling
  • computers: 15 iMac (14 student, 1 instructor) OS X
  • display: laser projector
  • other equipment: headsets with microphones, conference table
  • auxiliary inputs/outputs: HDMI cable for laptop
  • audacity, praat, r, second life viewer, skype, snagit, skitch, photoscape
  • open to LLL faculty and staff on a walk-in basis (schedule permitting)
 
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Media Rooms

  • seating capacity: 30
  • seating type: chairs
  • markerboard: Elmo document camera
  • computer: MacMini (OSX)
  • display: LCD projector
  • video sources: VHS player
  • auxiliary inputs/outputs: VGA cable for laptop connection
 
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We request that instructors schedule a basic orientation session with our media specialist to learn how to use the classroom technologies, including the eBeam interactive whiteboard, the week before using the room for the first time.
  • seating capacity: 20
  • seating type: tabled chairs
  • markerboard: 4 x 8 (4)
  • computer: MacMini (OSX)
  • display: TV monitor
  • other equipment: e-beam interactive whiteboard eBeam product video tutorials
  • auxiliary inputs/outputs: HDMI cable for laptop connection
 
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Moore 258 is a multi-purpose room that can be used for a variety of media presentations.  On the west facing side, it is configured for classroom teaching with a computer (Windows 10) & VHS player.  On the east facing side, an area for film viewing has been set with a Blu-ray DVD player, 7.1 sound and 11' (wide) screen.
  • seating capacity: 40
  • seating type: chairs
  • computer: PC (Windows 10)
  • markerboard: 4 x 8 (2)
  • Elmo document camera
  • display: laser projector
  • video sources: VHS player
  • auxiliary inputs/outputs: HDMI cable for laptop connection
  • other equipment: Film viewing area: Blu-ray DVD player (US region code only) AND a multi-region DVD player, 7.1 surround sound, 11' wide screen (16x9)
  • other equipment: U-shaped conference table seating 14 (available with advance request)
 
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Seminar Rooms

This small private room can be used for meetings or web conferences.
  • seating capacity:  12
  • seating type:  chairs
  • markerboard:  4 x 8
  • computer: Mac Mini (OSX
  • display:  LCD tv
  • other equipment: conference table, web camera, Jabra speaker/microphone, Skype call recording via ecamm software
  • auxiliary inputs/outputs: HDMI cable for laptop connection
 
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This small private room can be used for meetings or web conferences.
  • seating capacity: 10
  • seating type:  chairs
  • markerboard:  no
  • computer: Mac Mini (OSX
  • display:  LCD tv
  • other equipment: conference table, web camera, Jabra speaker/microphone, Skype call recording via ecamm software
  • auxiliary inputs/outputs: HDMI cable for laptop connection
 
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Special Purpose Rooms

The One Button Studio (OBS) is a simplified video recording setup designed to be easy to use without any prior video production knowledge. Located in Moore Hall 160, the studio is available to all Department of Languages, Linguistics & Literature faculty, staff and students. No prior experience required.
 
examples of video projects:
  • Creating ePortfolio materials
  • Practicing presentations
  • Creating videos for online instruction
  • Recording interviews 
  • If you have booked a session in the OBS (Moore Hall 160), the door should be unlocked at your scheduled time of arrival. If locked, please knock on MH 161 for room access.
  • If you need support, refer to the tutorial, search the FAQ, or call 956-5119. 
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The CLT’s Learner & User Xperience (LUX) Lab is designed to accommodate research projects by faculty and graduate students in the College of Languages, Linguistics, and Literature (LLL) that require one-on-one interaction between a researcher/instructor and a participant/student. Priority to reserve and use the LUX Lab will be given with the consideration of the purpose for which the lab is requested. Learn more
  • seating capacity: 2
  • markerboard: no
  • computer: Dell OptiPlex 9020 Mini Tower
  • display: 2 Asus 24” monitors with dual keyboard and mouse
  • other equipment: web camera, headset with a microphone
  • Software: Gazepoint Analysis Professional Edition, Emotiv Control Panel, NVivo 11 Pro, Camtasia Studio 8, Audacity, Skype
  • Gazepoint GP3 HD (150 Hz) and Gazepoint GP3 (60 Hz) eye trackers
  • Emotiv EPOC+ EEG headset
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The audio recording studio is a broadcast standard recording studio for mastering, editing, mixing, high-speed duplication and format conversion.
  • seating capacity: 6
  • RODE Procaster microphones
 
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Our tape-based class lab, located in Moore 257, are available for a variety of activities.
  • seating capacity: 30
  • seating type: chairs
  • markerboard: 4 x 8
  • computer: PC (Windows 10)
  • display: LCD projector
  • video sources: VHS, multi-region DVD player
  • other equipment: 30 Tandberg IS-10 student stations and 1 teacher console
 
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