Students studying within the Modern Languages Department have a number of unique resources at their disposal as well as a number of related clubs and activities. Click the link on the left for specific information regarding each.
Languages, Cultures, and Listening Lab
The Languages, Cultures, and Listening Lab is a state of the art computer and multimedia facility that offers an array of teaching and learning tools that create connections between languages and cultures. Used primarily as a classroom, the lab allows instructors to integrate lab elements into their teaching, selectively employing lab software tools, audio-visual materials, headphones/microphones, websites, word processing, and more. With its unique hybrid design, this lab/classroom promotes dynamic teaching approaches, active and collaborative student learning, and extensive incorporation of real-life aspects from around the globe in everyday classroom activities.
Students have the opportunity to study abroad in one of Indiana University’s wide range of international programs, including a three-week summer program in Bilbao Spain, a program specifically created and sponsored by the Department of Modern Languages. The Bilbao Summer Program is a three-week session with an optional four-day tour in Madrid and other cities of cultural, historical, and artistic significance. This program is ideal for those unable to participate in semester or year-long programs.