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Lincoln Center Computer Labs



General Teaching Labs
Location: Lowenstein rooms 308, 306, 304

The primary functions of these labs are teaching. These facilities are open to all instructors to teach classes that require the use of computers. They are open for public computing when there are no classes scheduled. To schedule these labs for teaching, the instructors should call the Registrar' Office.

Contact: Nigel Quailey: Quailey@fordham.edu  (212) 636-7225


Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday: 8:30am - 8:30 pm

Teaching Labs
LC304 - 32 PC's
LC306 - 32 PC's,
LC308 - 24 MAC's

Public Access Labs


Location: Quinn Library

No classes are scheduled in this room.

Contact: Tom Walsh: thwalsh@fordham.edu (212) 636-7547

Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 12:00am
Saturday: 10:00am - 6:00pm
Sunday:  12Noon - 11:00pm


Specialized Teaching Labs
These labs are designated for specific applications and are only scheduled for teaching of the discipline they are built for. For information on these labs you should contact the related departments

Fordham University has Specialized Teaching Labs in the following areas:

Computer Science
Professor Robert Moniot

Graduate School of Business Administration
Tristan Uy

Modern Language
Sarafina Degregorio


Visual Arts          
Graphics Design Lab
Video Production
Anibal Pella: pella@fordham.edu

Graduate School of Social Services

Law School

Graduate School of Education Professor Mitchell Rabinowitz

The Olga M. Ficarra / Francis J. Morison Language Laboratory

The Olga M. Ficarra/Francis J. Morison Language Laboratory is a multimedia, state of the art language learning center, designed to service the general Fordham University Lincoln Center community. It is a multi-use, interactive, computer-based facility with audio, recording, video/DVD viewing and CD-ROM components digitally interfaced throughout 25 student work stations.  All positions are equipped with up-to-date computers, periodically upgraded to meet the highest standards of current technology. Through the use of powerful software that creates a virtual language laboratory, the Lincoln Center facility is designed to accommodate users individually or in groups in an independent and/or monitored environment.

Computers offer CD-ROM, DVD, Internet access and innovative language learning software programs that include voice recognition features and video viewing options in various formats. International cable television programs in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Russian and Spanish are also available. The master control console houses several high tech computerized devices which enable instructors to interact with students and monitor their oral performance and computer output on an individual and/or group basis. This control console is electronically designed for the simultaneous transmission of CD-ROMs, DVDs, computer software, audio programs and video programs, thus making a variety of language oriented activities available in the Language Laboratory at any given time. The facility also features a sophisticated projection system which will accommodate groups of 25 for the viewing of video/DVD programs and computer presentations.

Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday: 10:00am - 9:00pm
Friday: 10:00am - 6:00pm

Dr. Sarafina DeGregorio, Director
Jack Lugo, Assistant Director
Lowenstein 412, 212-636-6038

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