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The Writing Center, located in the Learning/ Library Resource Center, serves as a supplementary resource for students seeking help on writing assignments. It is designed to create an environment where the student can focus on thinking, reading, writing, and research.
The Lab is staffed with a trained specialist who is available to assist students with their assignments. The goal is to assist the student in becoming an effective and independent writer. The Writing Center contains several computers with internet access. Additionally, computers in the Writing Center contain software that provides tutorials to enhance students’ writing skills. The Writing Center is open Monday thru Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The STEM Center is a computer-equipped laboratory designed to enhance the teaching and learning experience in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Students may receive additional assistance from the student mentors and from professors who spend part of their office hours in the Center. Students may also use the resources found in the Center to complete their homework and class assignments. In addition, professors may use the Center as a meeting place for their classes. The STEM Center is open 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
MASS COMMUNICATION BUILDING (SHY HALL)
The Mass Communication Building is located in Shy Hall and provides equipment for the training of students who are enrolled in Mass Communication courses. Students engaged in practical training in the Mass Communication area use the equipment to complete assignments and projects. The facility is a functioning lab that contains PCs, Adobe software, video cameras, DSLR cameras, audio and video editing equipment, television and radio studios.
TECHNOLOGY LEARNING CENTER (TLC)
The Technology Learning Center, located in the Chambers-McClure Academic Center (CMAC), provides 40 computers for students, faculty, and staff use, along with 12 classrooms and five offices. The Technology Learning Center is open Monday thru Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Teacher Education Curriculum Laboratory is located on the first floor of the Greer Armour Building. The Lab has 24 PCs with the latest education software, a network printer, instructional materials such as textbooks, lesson plans, model bulletin boards, as well as materials and supplies used for hands-on experiences by students majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies with a Teacher Education concentration as they learn to prepare curricula and a simulated classroom environment.