Longwood University's Language Laboratory is a high-tech, interactive learning environment for foreign language students.
In addition to 25 desktop computers, the lab also gives students access to french, spanish and german satellite television, multi-format videos and DVDs, as well as a large collection of digital files to assist in the learning of a foreign language.
For faculty members, the Language Lab is a great source for international content. Through the use of state-of-the-art software and hardware, the lab gives instructors the ability to communicate actively in the student's foreign language education. Learn more about what the lab has to offer.
The powerful Sanako Learning Environment provides instructors with the ability to group students into 2, 3, and 4 persons for combined recording and listening. The ability to map out sections of the lab for different activities also means that the instructors are not limited to showing one type of media to the whole class! Training is available both on the web and through group/individual sessions for all faculty members wishing to make use of all that the lab has to offer.
With all the Language Lab has to offer, there are sure to be many questions. If you can't find what you're looking for, contact us and we can assist you further.
The lab is maintained by student assistants who are there to help you with any questions related to the use of the technology. Lab assistants are usually present during the lab's hours of operation (but not always). The lab assistant can be reached with the following information:
As lab director, Professor Sánchez can answer a variety of questions on what software and equipment is available in the lab, as well as proper use of the equipment and extended hours. If a lab assistant is unavailable or cannot answer your question, Professor Sánchez is your next point of contact.
Although computer repair and instruction should come from the lab assistants or the Lab Director, help can also be reached at the Helpdesk.