Located in Roosevelt 320, The Writing & Rhetoric Production Lab is a place where students brainstorm, collaborate, and create with digital tools and resources.
Currently, the lab features twelve high-end Apple computers and six Dell computers, all complete with various multimedia software packages, video capture capabilities, and wireless printing access. In addition, it houses a scanner, comb binder, a small library of resource materials, and several laptops, iPads and digital cameras for check out purposes. Most recently, the lab acquired enough voice recorders, flip video cameras, and tablet PCs for an entire writing class to use during field research projects.
Faculty, graduate instructors, and students enrolled in WRT lab fee courses may use the lab and/or check out equipment to prepare multimedia content for technology and field research based courses. All WRT students may use The Hub@LLRC for these same purposes.
Questions about how to use the lab and/or its equipment? Please contact Ryan Omizo, Assistant Professor and Production Lab Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.