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Keck Center Facilities

Leveraging cutting-edge technology to enhance language learning on campus

Computer Classroom

The computer classroom is a flexible space with open, moveable seating designed to accommodate various teaching and learning styles. In addition to seven iMac computers with studio quality headsets, the center also has several Apple and PC laptops and two iPads that can be used throughout the Keck Center. A scanner and printer are also available. Student monitors are present during normal hours to answer questions and assist with technology. The computer classroom can be reserved by contacting the Keck Center director.

Lounge

The outer lounge serves as a social space animated by communication in various languages. Two televisions stream internet broadcasts from around the world. Each has several headphone jacks so that even a large group of students can watch without disturbing others.

Keck Center for Language Study Facility Students using the Keck Center for Language Study


Conference Room

conference room

The conference room can be reserved for meetings, classes, group movie viewing, video conferencing, group study sessions, etc.

The room is equipped with 2 iMacs, a large screen TV, and videoconferencing hardware. Video conferences can be run using one of two robust systems: BlueJeans or Adobe Connect. Reserve the conference room here.

Professors Spencer Kelly and Yukari Hirata use the Keck Center Conference Room to connect their students with Jake Whiton '06, who studied Japanese at Colgate and now teaches English in Japan.


Recording Studios

Recording StudiosThe Keck Center is equipped with two recording studios. Each features a 27" iMac with Final Cut Pro installed. The studios are perfect for producing audio recording and audiovisual editing.
Studios can be reserved here and here.