World Languages and Digital Humanities Studio

The World Languages and Digital Humanities Studio has a long history of support for the faculty and students of the Department of World Languages through the availability of state-of-the-art technologies.  We ensure that our teachers and students have access to the technologies and materials that are needed to support high outcomes in their courses.  From online textbook components to special video projects to film viewing, we are here to assist.

In our lab located at JBHT 207, we provide:

  • Access to PC computers equipped with webcams and microphones
  • Video cameras, microphones and tripods for class use
  • Digital international satellite television
  • Printers, scanners, and word processing software
  • Conference Room with a projector and HDMI-capable large TV for class use
  • Space available for reservation, such as for conversation tables for language speaking practice

And most importantly, we provide in-person support for all our students and faculty working with technology.

Feel free to call the Center at 575-6856 or contact Cheyenne Roy.