Computer Lab Facilities
The School of Arts & Humanities is home to multiple, well-equipped, and conscientiously designed computer labs that reflect the multifaceted aspects of the discipline itself.
The Art and Graphics Labs
There are two student computer labs located in the Fine Arts Building in Rooms 047 and 004. The facilities provide students with state-of-the-art digital photography and graphic design programs, including 3D animation. The labs are also used as a venue for students to present their Digital Media Arts creations. The Graphics lab continues to grow and develop with the accelerated changes in the art and graphics industries.
Electronic Music Lab
The Department of Music is dedicated to excellence in teaching, research, learning, collaboration, and innovative techniques. Located in the Music Building's Room MU 412, the electronic Music Lab is a fully networked iMac-based facility with sixteen student workstations. Each computer has the latest audio production software, notation software, including Pro Tools, Propellarhead Reason, Logic, Sibelius, Garage Band, and Keynote. Each student workstation is equipped with a headphone/microphone set that allows remote teacher/student communication at the press of a button. The Apple Remote Desktop application allows teacher/student screen sharing and student screen monitoring from a centralized terminal. The capabilities and functions of the lab extend beyond simple learning. It is used to fully develop student potential through interactive activities, including student recording projects. And the department's annual Jazz Festival is also hosted here.
English Honors Lab
The English Honors Lab is located in Carman Hall, Room 384. The lab has Internet and printing capabilities, and is equipped with three Dell PC desktops and one iMac computer. It is used exclusively by students enrolled in department's honors programs for intensive writing assignments. Students have access to two color printers, Sony Daily Readers, Amazon Kindles, Dell netbooks and Apple iPads.
JCT Computer Labs
The Department of Journalism, Communication, and Theatre is dedicated to providing the most comprehensive and contemporary learning experience for students. The Department's unbridled commitment to excellence in teaching, research, learning, and community service is reflected in their resourcefulness for creating state-of-the-art student piloted projects. Carman Hall, Room B37 is home to the Insert Studio and Technology Enhanced classroom. Here students are able to complete the audio/video production process—a practical hands-on training program that provides invaluably effective learning. And the new Bronx Journal Radio Station, located in the Speech and Theatre Building in Room 237, is a state-of-the-art facility designed to enhance student success in the real world, generate college revenues, and provide community service and interaction. This radio station produces a live streaming student–based podcasting.
The Language Learning Laboratory is located in Carman Hall, Room B37. It is a PC-based lab with smart classroom projector and screen, twenty-seven student workstations, and one teacher’s central control station. Students enrolled in language classes can find all their lab/textbook materials in this lab. Additionally, the lab is used for faculty development activities, including workshops and intensive training. Each station has Rosetta Stone Level I – III software in multiple languages, including the following: Spanish, Italian, French, English, Irish, Russian, Portuguese, Chinese, and Hebrew. Thanks to Student Technology Fee funding, this lab is in the process of being upgraded into a digital language lab with recording/playback features, classroom management, and collaboration enhancing software.
Last modified: Feb 29, 2016