LRC - Classrooms and Labs

Most of the classrooms in Carnegie have technological capabilities. 

Carnegie classroom overview:

Auditorium: 10
Classrooms:  009, 017, 105, 107, 112, 114, 207
Seminar rooms: 018, 309, 330
Note: Rooms 017, 018, 112, 309, and 330 are not e-classrooms. If you would like to request a mobile computer cart with projector for use in your class on a specific day, please contact the Language Resource Center.

Carnegie computer lab overview:

Computer labs: 212, 214
Mini-labs: 209, 210, 211

Carnegie has two computer labs/classrooms: 212, with 20 computer workstations, and 214, with 10 computers. Each computer runs WebSwami, which is used by every 100-level language course; WebSwami allows students to practice their pronunciation, grammar, and listening comprehension skills and provides students with opportunities for feedback on their work.

When classes are not in session in 212 and 214, language students have priority in using the computer labs.

In addition, we have several mini-labs which allow students to work on individual or group projects for their language courses. Rooms 209 and 210 are dedicated to video and audio editing with three work stations (iMac). Room 211 is our video viewing room. Faculty may reserve the room for video screenings, and students may use the room to watch videos as required for their courses.

The Polyglot:

It is the location for the Spanish, French and German Writing Centers, and a place where students can come work or hang out.

The second floor of Carnegie is equipped with a wireless connection. We have five wireless-capable laptops available for students and faculty to borrow for use within the building. Each laptop is equipped with the same software available on the lab workstations.