Welcome to the LLRC Homepage
St. Edmunds 215, the Language Learning Resource Center (LLRC), is managed under the Department of Information Technology and has a large student work force that is available to support users and train them on the lab resources. This lab is scheduled through the manager, Kellie Campbell. When classes are not being held in the lab, it is available for training, personal work, and projects. Please visit the links on this site to learn about the many resources the LLRC offers, both within the lab and on the Internet.
The LLRC features a dual projection system with a projector, SMART Board, 80 inch flatscreen, a document camera, Crestron touch panel controls, multi-norm VCR and a multi-regional DVD player. The LLRC has a circulating text and DVD collection, and provides unique software and hardware for language learning. The LLRC also has one iMac available for use. Capacity is 28.
For a list of other labs available at Saint Michael's click here.
The Technology Learning Center is on mySMC!
Want to keep up with the latest news on workshops and training sessions on campus? Looking for general information about what technology resources are available for you? The Technology Learning Center (TLC) has a section on mySMC where this information can readily be found. Check it out!
Now available for use at Saint Michael's: AceReader! This speed reading program will help anyone, whether a native speaker or studying English as a second language, improve their reading speed, fluency, and comprehension. The program is entirely web-based and can be accessed from user's personal computers. To get started, visit the SMC Acereader Site!
Interested in being part of our team?
Student workers are always needed in our Information Technology department! No experience necessary - we will train you. Above all, we look for a positive attitude, a good work ethic, and a great customer service attitude for these positions. The objective of our student-oriented employment program is to provide increased technology support on campus in an organized community approach. Using this approach, we also provide students many opportunities to increase their technical, business, and software skills through training and “real world” experiences.
Sound interesting? Visit the Student Employment section of the IT Website for more information.