Services for Instructors

Electronic classrooms

You can reserve electronic classrooms for language study and cultural activities, to listen to audio tapes, and to watch video and satellite TV programs.

If you are interested, please read our guidelines on electronic classroom use.

Streaming Media for Student Use

The LLC provides a service for securely streaming your audio and video materials for students to use at the UW. We can convert VHS, DVD, CDs and many other materials.

Complete this Streaming Media Request Form and contact your department's Staff Associate.

We can either pick up your materials or you can drop them off in Denny Hall 162 during our normal office hours (9am-5pm M-F). Or, send them through campus mail to: Box 353140

* Please note that there is limited space on the streaming media server and we may not be able to host all of your materials depending on the amount and the size.
* Please give us at least 7 working days to prepare your resources. If it is during a particularly busy period (e.g., the beginning of the quarter), even more time would be appreciated.

Resource development

The LLC works with language departments to support successful language learning by developing computer-based language instruction resources. The LLC is currently focusing on the development of web-based language resources.

If you are interested in having the LLC develop resources to include in your curriculum, please contact your department's Staff Associate.

Instructor development

The UW, UW Outreach, and other organizations offer instructor development opportunities. Check back here periodically for new links to help you continue to develop your pedagogical skills and provide an effective classroom environment.

Videotape conversion

The LLC offers videotape conversion between U.S. and international formats. Please contact your department's Staff Associate for details.

Denny Hall, Room 162 Box 353140 Seattle, WA 98195

Phone: (206) 543-0536