Language Laboratories

The Language Laboratories (Computer Language Instruction Center (CLIC)) are part of the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures and are located in 4305, 4311 and 4316 Boylan Hall.

Summer 2014, laboratory hours:

Monday and Wednesday: 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Friday: Closed.

Main Lab (4316 Boylan Hall)

Equipped with 28 computers containing a library of audio, video and multimedia compilation. Listening, viewing and recording facilities are available for use in developing oral and aural language skills. Students use the lab for required course work or independent language study.

Instructional Lab I (4311 Boylan Hall)

Classroom equipped with 25 computers, a multimedia projector with multi-region capabilities available for language instruction. All systems are equipped with audio and video capabilities, providing a wide variety of interactive foreign-language content. The services of Lab I are available to all members of the college community.

Instructional Lab II (4305 Boylan Hall)

Classroom equipped with a multimedia projector with multi-region capabilities and WiFi available for language instruction. All systems are equipped with audio and video capabilities, providing a wide variety of interactive foreign-language content.

Borrowing Resources

Audio CDs, DVDs and videotapes may be borrowed for use outside the lab.

Contact

Professor Chia-ju Chang, Director
Jose J. Salce, Manager and Chief CLT

P: 718.951.5231
E: clic@brooklyn.cuny.edu