to the ESL Multimedia Lab – L 120
If you are taking ESL 344, the required lab is ESL 344L, a .5 unit course. Your ESL 344 instructor will bring you to the Lab for an orientation session and show you the lab materials for your level.
What will I need to use the lab?
What should I do when I come to the lab?
time do I need to spend in the lab to get credit?
How can I get help in the Lab?
time instructional assistant is Diane
Borella. She will be in the lab to assist you Monday through
Can I print in the Lab?
All students are asked to follow ESL Lab policies and to be considerate of other students.
Log in and Log out each
time you use the Lab.
Turn off your cell phone or
pager before you enter the Lab.
Bring no food, drinks,
or chewing gum into the Lab.
Do not change Internet
settings or desktop icons.
· Save all personal files on a USB drive. If you save a file on the desktop, drag it to the recycle bin after printing.
· Use E-mail for class work only. No personal email or web browsing is allowed in the Lab.
Do not download anything on the computer desktop.
Return all borrowed
material to the lab assistant before leaving the Lab. No material may be
taken out of the Lab or borrowed overnight.
Speak softly and work quietly
to maintain a peaceful study environment.
Use the ESL Lab often for language practice and instructional assistance!