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Student Labs

Computers in a work lab


Computer Labs

BLTN 111: The Computer Lab is for Communication and Journalism undergraduates and graduates to work on class assignments and coursework. Its 27 PCs are equipped with Microsoft Office 2010, Adobe CS 5 Master Collection, Audacity, and Camtasia. These programs allow you to create and edit videos, images, and text documents, record your screen movements, edit sound files, and convert different file formats.

Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM-5:00 PM, except when a course schedules a class meeting in the lab. Please see weekly schedules for availability.

 

Computer Classrooms

BLTN 019 & 24: Computer classrooms dedicated for use by students in Communication and Journalism courses that hold class meetings or labs in a computer classroom.

Hours: Please see weekly schedules for availability.

 

Speech Room Student Presenting

Presentation Practice Room

BLTN 014: To improve their public speaking skills, Communication and Journalism undergrads and graduate students are welcome to practice and record their presentations in our presentation practice room.

To reserve the room for a specific date and time, present your TAMU ID to the Help Desk Assistant and give them an hours advanced notice.

 

 

Computer cords and adaptersEquipment

At the Help-Desk, in BLTN 111, Communication and Journalism graduate students can check out laptops, voice recorder, webcam, microphone, JVC camcorder, tripods, headphone, and extension cords.

All check outs are due to be returned within 5 business days. Requires 24 hours advanced notice to confirm availability.

software titles

Software

In addition to Microsoft Office 2010, students can use Adobe CS 5 Master Collection, Audacity, and Camtasia to create and edit videos, images, and text documents, record screen movements, edit sound files, and convert different file formats. Graduate Students can also check out Dragon, which is a speech recognition software.