Electronic Learning Center
(Rochester, NY) As a result of the recent renovations to Building 9 the MCC Engineering Technologies Department has a brand new Electronic Learning Center.
The new learning center is used by students in the Construction, Electrical, Mechanical, and Optical Technology programs and was constructed as part of a three-year renovation to the Gleason Hall of Science & Technology building.
In addition to the new labs and classrooms in the building, the new ELC benefits those enrolled in technical education, and its proximity to the area where students have most of their classes makes it very convenient.
The new room, 09-143A, contains (18) high-end computer workstations, electronics workbenches and a study area. Its a place where students can meet to work out problems, sharpen computer skills, or work on laboratory assignments. The room is monitored by college personnel or student aides working for the department during open hours, and is open 40+ hours-per-week. According to former ET Dept. Chair William Yanklowski, "The ET Learning Center gives our students one more place to go, and develop skills, using software and equipment which is used in their normal laboratory assignments, something the other college learning centers don't currently offer" said Yanklowski.
The ET Department is one of the more diverse on campus, with programs that offer students classes in Construction, Electronics, Mechanical and Optical Technology. "Ours is a unique situation and so we have tried to include a little something to benefit almost everyone enrolled in our classes." added Yanklowski.
Building 9, Room 143A