LLC Hours - Fall 2015 
August 17 - December 11, 2015
7:45 am - 8:15 pm
7:45 am - 5:15 pm
Closed for holidays: Fall Break (Oct. 8-9) and Thanksgiving (Nov. 26-27)

Photo: Sunset over Hanoi, Vietnam, after a short but strong storm.
Copyright © 2015 Christopher Crouzet 

Language Learning Center

MSC03 2100
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131

Physical Location:
Ortega Hall
124 - LLC Labs; 129 - Administrative Offices

Phone: 505-277-7368 (Administration); 505-277-3106 (Checkout & Reservations)

Welcome to the LLC!

The Language Learning Center is a technology-enhanced language learning facility. It is open to all registered students taking a language class at UNM.

Sign Up for Instructor Brown Bag

Friday, October 16 from 12:00 - 1:00 in Lab 2
After several years of using Language Learning Center’s collaborative lab classrooms, many instructors from UNM's language departments have developed creative and effective ways of teaching in this environment. Others have yet to use the LLC, perhaps in part because they are unsure how or why one would use collaborative classrooms.

We would like to bring together the experts and novices to share and brainstorm effective teaching strategies. Whether you are teaching a language, literature or culture, you can benefit from participating in these conversations. Bring your questions and your ideas. Lunch provided, but please bring your own beverage. Sign up here: LLC Brown Bag Sign Up Sheet

Open Lab Is Better Than Ever!

Lab 3 lounge

New lounge in Lab 3 is a comfy place to study, drink a coffee and recharge your devices.

Reservation Information

We are accepting all types of reservations at this time. For room and Skypemobile reservations, go to For other equipment and movies, please stop by or call 277-3106.

Harry Potter in Translation

Harry Potter in Translation

This site contains a database of recordings of all translations of the first book in the Harry Potter series in 70 languages. it was put together by the Language Research Centre at the University of Calgary. The purpose is "to gain an appreciation for the sounds of other languages; to make comparisons across languages; to hear how the book has been translated into a language you know; and to share the sounds of the language(s) you know with others."

Quick Links

Reserve a Room
Request Films & Media
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Student's Guide to LLC
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Spanish and Portuguese

Foreign Languages & Literatures

Signed Language Interpreting