CAHSS Technology Projects and Programs
Humanities 458 Technology Learning Lab
The computer lab located in Humanities 458 is supported by CAHSS Technology and offers students and faculty a dedicated space for GIS instruction and learning. Other subject courses in Geography and Spatial / Quantitative Methods are also taught here. For more information regarding the GIS Major or Minor, please contact Laure Charleux in the Geography and Philosophy department.
A portable cart system consisting of a computer with audio and video hardware is used to capture student speeches in freshman level Public Speaking courses. Students and their professor review their own speeches as part of the learning outcomes for the class. The computer, hardware, and custom web application is highly autonomous and is maintained by CAHSS Technology.
Mobile Language Learning Group
The Mobile Language Learning Group coordinates students and faculty in computer science and foreign languages to produce innovative research at the crossroads of language learning, digital technology and cultural studies. CAHSS Technology provides assistance to this group in the form of hardware and software consultation for iPad purchasing and management. For more information about the MLLG, please contact Dana Lindaman in the World Languages and Culture program.
Participatory Media Lab
The Participatory Media Lab is a student and faculty resource for social research and activism. CAHSS Tech offers technology assistance for the group's multimedia projects. Please contact David Syring for more information.
Journalism Technology Program
The CAHSS Journalism program uses video and audio technology to provide hands-on digital journalism experience and skills. Equipment for Journalism course is available at the Library Multimedia Hub.