The LLC offers a variety of resources to enhance students' language preparation and appreciation of cultures. Students actively participate in the language learning process and shared Community of Learning. Our goal is to improve oral, listening, reading, and writing skills development supported by technologies; enrich traditional classroom and online learning environments; and actively contribute to student's language experience to become global citizens.
The LLC is open five days a week for a total of 42 hours during the fall and spring semesters and continues hours of operation throughout the summer sessions 1 and 2 for a total of 16 hours each week. The LLC supports classroom learning and instruction environment as well as a collaborative resource center.
LLC's Policies & Procedures
Use of the LLC
The Language Learning Center is a resource center and classroom committed to the study of foreign languages. The Center is open to ODU students and faculty, as well as the Hampton Roads community.
- A valid ODU ID card is required.
- NO FOOD OR DRINKS are allowed in the Center at any time. NO EXCEPTIONS!
- The Center provides a variety of materials for students to use in the LLC, including films and software
- Online materials are available with an ODU MIDAS account at: http://al.edu.edu/llc
- Faculty members may check out materials from our collection for classroom and preview use.
- The Center is available for class use. As such, faculty members must sign up in advance and must accompany their class while using the LLC. An attendant is available to assist you.
- If the center remains open during a classroom session, students wishing to use the LLC are asked to respect the instructor's classroom atmosphere.
- Computers are only available for foreign language study.
- Computers are not available for personal use.
- Software and internet use are strictly for foreign language study.
- Installing or downloading computer software is prohibited.
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