The Paul and Edith Cooper International Learning Center is a state of the art learning center specializing in foreign language education. The Cooper Center lab computers supports input and output in Arabic, Russian, German, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Spanish, French, and Italian. A variety of technology—Skype, Audacity, and Second Life, for example—promotes interaction with people in distant parts of the world. The lab also has birds that chirp and a fish tank that gurgles; ambient noises that put people at ease when making their own sounds.
This 20-station PC lab supports many types of research. Here students and faculty access a variety of economic, financial, and census data, from historical documents to the daily trading activity of the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange. Located in King Hall, the lab is available for general use when not reserved for social science classes.
From resetting a password to eradicating a malicious computer virus, either of our convenient computer help desk locations can help. The center staff offers free diagnostic advice, aid in connecting to wired and wireless networks, configuration assistance, and answers to general computing questions. The center is staffed during the hours students are most likely to seek help, whether in person, via e-mail, or by telephone.
The on-campus technology store offers competitive pricing and guarantees service for Macs and PCs, as well as computing peripherals and accessories. The store is an authorized sales and service provider for the Apple and Hewlett-Packard professional line computers.