faq

The Center for Language & Technology (CLT) is one of three LLL College centers approved by the Board of Regents of the University of Hawai‘i System. It supports the informed use and integration of technology into the College curriculum. Check our mission statement for more information.
The CLT provides two types of services: instructional support and IT support.
Submit a reservation request via our online reservation form. An email will be sent as confirmation.
You can contact us via phone 808.956.8047 or email cltmanoa@hawaii.edu
Our main office in 256 Moore Hall is open Monday to Friday, 8a – 4.30p (closed on holidays and weekends).
Our computer labs are open for regular student access Monday to Friday, 8a – 4.30p (closed on holidays and weekends) during the spring and fall semesters. During the summer, the labs are not open for regular student access. Faculty working on projects have regular access to the Project Development Lab (8a – 3p) during regular working hours throughout the year.
We promote the use of free tools and, therefore, do not provide access to commercial products. You can find a list of tools that are either free or have a trial version in our PLN Tool Browser.
We can help you with questions related to the use of the facilities and equipment owned by the CLT. Any concerns regarding general use classrooms (non CLT) should be addressed to the Center for Instructional Support (CIS). Please note, however, that we do not provide support if you have problems with your UH-owned computer or other equipment. If you need technical assistance with your UH-owned computer, please contact ITS computer support
Laulima is managed by Information Technology Services (ITS). If you need assistance with Laulima, please visit the ITS Laulima Support page for more information.
To allow instructors equal access to the labs, we generally do not grant multiple reservations for the same class period in a week. For example, if we schedule the same class on Tuesday and Thursday for 12 p – 1.30 p, another class meeting during the same time period would not be able to utilize the lab.
Summer courses are offered by Outreach College, not the College of LLL, so we do not receive any funding to operate the labs during the summer sessions. In summer, the CLT labs are open only for special programs such as the NFLRC Summer Institute and programs that pay us a lab fee.