The Speaker’s Lab is the physical space that houses the various components of the Speaker’s Resource Center.
The lab features video recording and playback equipment (for speech rehearsal) and a meeting place for tutors (in the Speaking Across the Curriculum program) to work with students and for consultants to work with clients.
The library features books, handouts, and other materials for the department’s areas of scholarship and teaching, as well as for the Speaking Across the Curriculum program. Note: Many of our handouts will soon be available online.
The Speaker’s Lab & Library is located in room 208-D and the Joseph H. Low Room (Rm 207) in the Grauel Language Arts Building, corner of Normal and Pacific streets, on the Southeast campus. Walk-ins are welcome, but please have your assignment sheet and written work (or flashdrive) with you.
The Speakers' Lab and Resource Center have new hours for Spring 2013.
Mon: 8:00-9:00 & 11:00-1:00
Fri: 10:00-12:00 noon
Contact the Speaker's Lab via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact Dr. Whitlow-Greenwood for appt. (individual or group) email@example.com