Teaching and Technology Center

The World Languages and Literatures Teaching and Technology Center, inaugurated on September 20, 1965, has evolved from a Foreign Language Laboratory with reel-to-reel machines and record players into a technology center with Mac and PC computers, projectors, and region-free DVD players. In addition to a conference room (Clements 228), the center provides a comfortable space for students and classes to screen films from all regions of the world, take placement and proficiency exams, hold class meetings, lectures, and brown bag sessions, and read and study. Over 2000 student visits to the Teaching and Technology Center are recorded each semester.

The Teaching and Technology Center can be reserved for faculty, class, and individual student use. Faculty can also borrow equipment for classroom use, including external drives, laptops, and webcams. The center also offers an exam proctoring service for students who need to make up exams, quizzes, or compositions, or have extended time.

Make a Reservation! for the Tech Center or Conference Room. 

Clements Hall, Room 234
Phone: (214) 768-2218 

During Fall 2020, the Tech Center will operate at reduced capacity and staffing to provide study space and work space for small groups of students and/or faculty. It will be staffed by student employees between the hours of 11 AM –5 PM Monday-Thursday and 1 PM-5PM Friday. Desktop computers have been removed and desks have been marked with a large red sticker if available for use according to social distancing guidelines (up to 6 people can be present simultaneously in CLEM 234, when seated at stations marked with the red sticker, and up to 2 people in CLEM 228). Until further notice, the Tech Center will be used as a space for small meetings or studying but will NOT be used to provide physical testing space for students with DASS accommodations or make-up exams or quizzes. All assessments will be delivered via Canvas.

Additional questions? Contact us!