Computer and Language Lab

Computer and Language Lab

 


The gift of the internet to the classroom gives teachers the chance to give their students a holistic view of any given subject while still giving students the guidance to find the right sources. Thus digital materials can support classroom learning in a big way.


The importance of technology in the classroom goes even beyond simple digital literacy: it promotes workplace soft skills like critical thinking, independent research, and cross-technology proficiency. Tools like websites, apps, learning games, e-books, and virtual tutoring help the student learn at their own pace.


Computer Labs:
Students, faculty, and staff from all departments have an easy access to networked computers, professional software suites, scanners, printers, and related equipment in well-equipped computer labs on the CIM campus.
 
Computer LAB specializes in digitization of high volume of raw data for comprehensive e-governance projects, Data capturing and transmitting, need based solution, technology integration etc.

 

The college has an air conditioned computer lab. There are 60 Computers with LAN and internet services. There is also a provision for Wireless connectivity for laptops. LCD projection system is an added feature. The students benefit from live business news streaming. Windows operating system is accessible with Instructors specified software.


The Hardware Configuration of computers is as follows:

  • i3 processor
  • 4GB RAM
  • 500 GB HDD

These labs also function as Language Labs.

 

The basic purpose of a Language Lab is to provide students a platform to develop and refine their language skills, communication skills and practice soft skills. It facilitates classroom engagement and interaction via computer-based exercises and activities to maximize language involvement. It also provides a very different experience from the traditional system of teaching and learning languages as it offers more advanced features and functionalities.
 
It also offers self-access for independent learning which includes access to resources outside a classroom. Practicing with systems, software and new applications enhances exportable skills. The more experience students have with computer technology, the more successful they will be in the “real world”.
 
In a Language Lab learning occurs in a structured way, in a real context and visually attractive way that immerses the student in the language learning environment and promotes language use. The use of visual stimulus coupled with selective audio materials increases the attention span of the students.
 
The teacher can intervene and control the learners’ computers via the teacher’s console, track learners’ work etc. The teacher in charge is available during college hours for consultation and conduct ongoing courses and assist in the process of communication.
 
Common components in a Computer Lab:

  • The teacher has a computer with appropriate software for conducting language based exercises.
  • Students and the faculty wear headsets that block outside sound and disturbance.
  • Students have a media player/recorder for listening to audio and recorded speech.
  • The teacher and student are connected via LAN (local area network), in some cases also via separate audio cables.
  • A server computer or a separate storage device is often used to store lesson materials in a digital format.

 

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    Christ Institute of Management (CIM)
    30 Valor Court, At Post: Dasve Lavasa,
    Taluka: Mulshi
    Pune 412112, Maharashtra.
    Ph.No : 1800-123-2009
    Mob No : 1800-123-2009
    Email : mail@cimlavasa.in

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