Anthropology and Linguistics Lab
The Linguistics Department laboratory/lounge, located on the fourth floor of the Psychology building (PSY 438G), will be open this semester Monday-Thursday from 11am to 1pm.
The new Anthropology and Linguistics Lab, in PSY 422, houses several computer stations, both MAC and PC, as well as video and audio editing software. In addition, audio and video recording and transcription equipment is available for Linguistics students’ use. Resources include: camcorders, digital cameras, tripods, MP3 recorders, tape recorders, microphones, laptop computers, video projectors, DVD and VHS players. Students and faculty also have access to software for statistical analysis, acoustic analysis and linguistic database analysis. Students enrolled in Linguistics courses can borrow digital cameras and camcorders, audio recorders, and professional audio microphones, and tripods for their coursework.
We highly recommend making a reservation with the Linguistics Lab up to one week in advance to borrow equipment to ensure availability.
Due to the high volume of students needing equipment, check-out is usually for 3 days.
Long term check-out is available to graduate students conducting continuous research with faculty permission.
- Many of the courses offered in our program require video recording as a method of data collection for homework assignments and term research papers. For students with little-to-no knowledge or experience with videography, we recomend reading Simple Videography 101 a good basic guideline for amateur videographers provided by Talkbank.Org.
- Dani Garcia
- Sean Panick
- Lisa Kemp
- Edwin Martinez