Digital Learning Centre
French and Spanish Come to Life at the DLC!
Our Faculty, staff and students are fortunate to have access to a state-of-the-art Digital Learning Centre. This centre is a resource to use your language skills and also a resource for conversation classes and tutorial sessions.
The website will be updated for the Fall 2014 semester in late summer: check back for Fall operating hours and schedules for classes and tutorial sessions.
Why Visit the DLC?
- The Digital Learning Centre is used by instructors and students in our department and other departments teaching modern and classical languages, linguistics and other disciplines in the Faculty of Arts. It's a great place to connect with students of other cultures and practice speaking the language you are learning!
- The two labs that comprise the Centre have a total of 70 iMac computers and a wide variety of language-related and linguistics software.
- During "open" hours when there is no class present, It's a quiet place to study.
- You must have registered for at least one Arts course in the current semester in order to be able to use the computers in the Digital Learning Centre for your individual work.
- Registration and logging into the DLC sign-in system is easy - all you need is your Student ID!
- View the DLC schedule!
Working with the DLC: Options for Advanced Students
Students with advanced knowledge of one of the modern languages supported by the DLC, including French and Spanish, may be interested in applying for a position as a student monitor. To apply, you will need to complete an application form, available from the office of Dr. Karin Thomeier, Director of the Digital Learning Centre.