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Faculty

Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages

 

Faculty facilities

MML Open Day Library

The Faculty has a number of facilities and services which are available to all members of staff. Contact information for these services is available at the Contact Us page of the Faculty section.

Faculty Office

The Faculty Office, located in room 121 on the first floor, is the administrative hub of MML and represents the first point of contact for staff, students and visitors. The Faculty Office can assist with general queries, meeting room and supervision room bookings, staff cards and access, stationery needs, post and help using the photocopiers. Multifunctional Devices (MFDs), which can photocopy, scan/email (in colour) and print (in black and white, up to A3 size) are located in room 119 (first floor, two machines) and 218 (second floor, one machine). A single password is required for printing and photocopying, which is available from the Faculty Office.

IT Support

The Faculty has an in-house IT Support team who provide local advice and technical assistance for staff in the Raised Faculty Building. The team are based in room 137 on the first floor.

Faculty Library

The Faculty has its own well-equipped Library, which offers an enormous range of books and resources for all the languages taught within the Faculty. Its primary purpose is the provision of undergraduate materials. You are free to enter and use the library, but you will need to register your University card in order to borrow items. The Faculty Library is separate to the University Library.

CALL Facility

The Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL) Facility is part of the University's Public Workstation Facility administered centrally by the Computing Service. The aim of the CALL Facility is to integrate the use of information technology into the Faculty's teaching and learning, primarily for intensive language work, but also for literary and linguistic study, reflecting the Faculty's broad curriculum. The CALL Facility contains over 25 PCs, with space set aside for both classroom teaching and private study. The CALL is based in room 141 on the first floor.

Year Abroad Office

There is a dedicated office for the Year Abroad. The Year Abroad, spent in work and study overseas, is the third year of the MML Tripos course. The Year Abroad Office assists students in preparation for this year, and is based in room 118 on the first floor.

University facilities

See the University pages of this Induction site for details of the facilities provided by the University.