We run a series of weekly workshops focusing on the intersections of computer-mediated language pedagogy and applied linguistics, where we investigate creative and thoughtful application of technology in a language classroom. Fall 2017 workshops are offered every Wednesday and Thursday between 2.30pm and 3.30pm in LRC 255.
In addition to the workshops we also offer class demos and one-on-one tutorial sessions with faculty in areas of designing, developing and using multimedia elements as well as in using the technology tools mentioned on this site. In-person training is a great way to take advantage of our collaborative learning space and multimedia studio, as well as the various electronic classrooms available at the LRC.
In order to assist the Columbia language community in the creation of instructional material, the LRC maintains a range of equipment that can be made available as needed to language instructors and students. Please note that you must complete the equipment checkout form in order to borrow any of the equipment listed below. For your convenience, the form is also posted below.
The following equipment is available, and may be checked out from the LRC by instructors, or students (for instructor-approved projects):
- Pocket-sized video recorders and tripods (mainly ipod touch models)
- Handheld camcorders (from slightly nicer than ipods up to semi-professional)
- Photo Cameras and Lenses
- Handheld voice Recorders
- Microphones (USB for computers, standalone, and directional for attaching to camcorders)
- Mac thunderbolt and USB-C dongles
- And many more!
Please note that the LRC equipment is lent out for instructional purposes only. For more information please contact the LRC.