Learning Lab @ Rolfe
The Learning Lab @ Rolfe supports undergraduate learning and success in the Humanities through an adaptable and technology enhanced environment. We offer on-demand technical support to ensure the smooth operation of technology so instructors can focus on teaching, and students on learning.
Located in Rolfe Hall 2118, the Learning Lab is equip with 50 Mac laptops, an instructor station connected to a digital projection system, and two mobile display carts. Regular hours are Monday-Friday: 9am-5pm. We are closed on all academic holidays.
Taking an exam or looking for a place to study?
Open hours are indicated on our calendar. Students who need to take an exam, use a laptop, need Respondus support on their computers, or who need a place to study can show up during these hours without making a reservation.
A color printer is available, but use of the printer is limited to students who are enrolled in the classes that take place in the lab. However, scanning via flash drive is available for all faculty and students.
Need computers deployed to your classroom? HumTech has 30 laptops ready to go to any Humanities class. See this page for more information.
Below is a list of software we have installed on all of our laptops. If you need a piece of software installed that we do not have, please let us know and we will do our best to accommodate your request.
- Adobe Acrobat Pro
- Google Chrome
- Google Earth Pro
- Logic 2010
- Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
- Respondus Lockdown
- SketchUp Make 2017
Reserving the Lab
For lab reservations or instructional software requests, please refer to the lab schedule and fill out the form. You can also e-mail our reservation coordinator or reach us at this number: (310)-206-0587.
Class reservation requests will be evaluated at the end of week six of the preceding quarter. Scheduling priority will be given to Humanities classes that best utilize available resources including: laptops, specialized software, mobile displays/projection equipment, other hardware, and special room layouts.
Scheduling conflicts after considering resource utilization, will be prioritized in the order received.