Virtual Tutoring Times

Contact: Birgit Deir, bdeir9@naz.edu

Weekly virtual drop-in tutor sessions are provided via Zoom beginning 3/23/2020. Student workers who are native speakers or have studied a foreign language extensively will be available at the following times. Drop in as needed:

Chinese: Saturdays, 3:00-5:30 p.m., https://naz.zoom.us/j/697129935 Meeting ID 697129935

French: Fridays, 3:00-5:30 p.m., https://naz.zoom.us/j/921532885 Meeting ID 921532885

German: Fridays, 3:00-5:30 p.m., https://naz.zoom.us/j/536826364 Meeting ID 536826364

Italian: Thursdays, 3:00-5:30 p.m., https://naz.zoom.us/j/303171009 Meeting ID 303171009

Spanish: Fridays, 12:00-2:30 p.m., https://zoom.us/j/7529702268 Meeting ID 7529702268

Students with scheduling conflicts can request virtual one-on-one tutoring provided by the Center for Student Success. In addition to submitting a request online, please e-mail tutoring@mail.naz.edu to let them know that the Emerson Language Lab hours do not work for you and you are submitting a request for individual tutoring.

 

Open Lab Schedules

The Emerson Language Lab is closed for the remainder of the spring semester.

Nazareth College's fully-equipped Emerson Language Lab has resources for foreign languages as well as English for speakers of other languages.

The lab has 22 computers, headsets with microphones, and an assortment of interactive multimedia programs including voice-recognition and recording software. The Emerson Language Lab Director and lab assistants/tutors facilitate lab use and offer technical support.

Spring 2020 Week 1 Schedule

  • January 13 - 19
  • January 27 - February 2
  • February 10 - 16
  • February 24 - March 1

Spring 2020 Week 2 Schedule

  • January 20 - 26
  • February 3 - 9
  • February 17 - 23
  • March 2 - 6

Lab Assistants/Tutors

Arabic
Chinese
English
French
German
Italian
Spanish

Lab Software

Rosetta Stone / Rosetta Stone Advantage
SANS Inc.
Quizlet
Moviemaker

Additional Spaces

Language Lounge
Seminar Room
Emerson language lab

Nazareth's state-of-the-art Emerson Language Lab was made possible by a generous grant from the Emerson Foundation and established in 2006.