UW-Eau Claire invests in your education through its up-to-date academic facilities. We have a wide range of laboratories, centers, and active learning classrooms in buildings across campus that provide a place to better develop skills in any area of study. Explore a few of the facilities that our departments utilize in their programs.
Technology resources just for you
We have a special place just for College of Education and Human Sciences students, faculty and staff on the third floor of Centennial Hall –a curricular technology lab providing everything you need for research and digital production. Technology Lab staff are available during operating hours to answer your questions and assist with digital production.
College of Education and Human Sciences Technology Lab
The College of Education and Human Sciences Technology Lab is open during fall and spring semesters, and is closed between semesters and during the summer. Equipment is available for checkout throughout the year for staff and faculty. Contact the lab for hours this semester.
- Location: Centennial 3406
- Phone: 836-4777
- Mac Laptops
- Microphones (wireless and wired)
- Data Projectors
- GPS handheld devices
- Digital still cameras
- Digital video cameras
- Assistive Technology
- Other equipment may be available, please ask!
When possible, we will deliver equipment to staff and faculty offices and arrange pickup.
The Technology Lab can be reserved by College of Education and Human Sciences staff and faculty. Lab space and lab equipment may be set aside for individual class periods and workshops; however, we cannot accommodate reservations for the entire semester. Requests should be submitted at least 24 hours in advance by e-mail to Carol Koroghlanian at firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-836-4777.
We offer other services such as workshops in your classes on using the technology we have available for checkout from the lab, 1:1 training/assistance for staff and faculty on any of our technologies and consulting on technology integration into your courses. Our focus is on the needs of the professional programs within the College of Education and Human Sciences, not general university teaching. If you have a particular need, contact us and we'll try to help!