The LRC Studio serves as a multi-purpose, open and flexible space with seven computer stations, a technology cart and projector, as well as several study tables. Most hours during regular LRC operations, the Studio is open and available to all students seeking a quiet study space or computer lab (with printing capabilities).
The Studio computers include language-specific tools such as spell/grammar-check for French, German, and Spanish as well as word processing with input options for Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Arabic, Greek, and Hebrew. Studio computers are ideal for recording audio voice samples, working on media projects, and connecting via webcam with friends, family and colleagues overseas.
Beyond it’s principle function, other important activities that take place on the Studio side include course film screenings, study groups, and a venue for occasional teaching, workshops, training sessions and cultural activities.
Various activities are scheduled to take place in the Language Resource Center throughout the school year. During most activities that occur during regular hours, the LRC will remain open to the general student population. There are, however, some activities that require we close part or all of the LRC. All activities, including those for which we must close part of all of the LRC for a period of time, are included on the LRC calendar.
Note the policy of the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures regarding the usage of the LRC Studio.