Arts and Humanities Computing
What's great about the DLC
“This generation is all about communicating through computers and the Internet. By meeting [students] halfway, this generates more interest on their part.”
“[With Apple Remote Desktop] everybody else can see the student’s writing sample and we can all comment and bring effective criticism. It’s a very effective way of getting students to participate in class."
Sylvie Proulx, assistant professor, School of Music; who also teaches in the Department of French and Spanish
“The lab has proven effective in teaching acoustic phonetics.” We use the big screen to display an example and can play it back using speakers around the room. Then the class can discuss what we see in light of what we hear."
Dr. Yvan Rose, associate professor; Department of Linguistics
Courses/workshops that have been taught partially or completely in the Digital Learning Centre
Canadian Common CV Workshop
Newest (additional) bookings - Fall 2013
Arts and Humanities Teaching with Technology Resource Sites