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Teaching Resource

Our department has 23 professional classrooms, including audio-visual classrooms, group and individual counseling rooms, one-way mirror observation rooms, psychological laboratories, and data analysis rooms. All equipment is updated and enriched according to the curriculum and research requirements of the lecturers and students, which conform to students’ learning needs (as the following Table).
Students’ specific activities and learning spaces.
Students’ professional growth and learning space Audio-visual room Group or individual counseling room Laboratory Self-study room Library Locker
Number of classrooms 6 8 9 5 1 Undergraduate 52
Postgraduates 216
Computer or camera   0/7 9/1   2  
Multimedia equipment 6 1        
  • The audio-visual rooms are equipped with single-beam projectors and audio sets (which can play VHS, VCD, and DVD movies) as well as Microsoft PowerPoint (laptops must be rented separately); professional classrooms only have single-beam projectors (a laptop and external speakers must be borrowed).
  • Specialized training rooms such as individual and group counseling rooms are mostly equipped with one-way mirrors and video recording equipment for students to practice and enhance their professional counseling and technical experience.
  • The laboratory equipment on the sixth floor includes an electroencephalograph, an eye tracking system, a biofeedback instrument, a skinner box, a color mixer, a mirror tracer, a visual cognition instrument, an acousto-optic reaction tester, a perimeter, a two-hand balancer, and an optics card reader.
  • The self-study room is located on the third floor of the Department of Education. It is reserved for use for temporary waiting or discussion. Therefore, it is not locked on weekdays and no key is issued. Students are advised to use the general library and information center on weekends and holidays or alternatively the self-study space in the pantry in the fifth-floor atrium. The pantry on the fifth floor can be used as self-study space; it has a shared refrigerator, lunch box steamer, and microwave.
  • The postgraduate mailbox is located in the corridor of the management office (north side). Graduate students should actively check the mailbox for mail. Students can collect the keys for their personal locker and the sixth-floor east hall door after the library allocation announcement during the early part of a semester. The east hall door will be locked during semester breaks. The key must be returned upon graduation or suspension; if it is lost, a fee equal to its value must be paid.
  • The undergraduate mailbox is classified into four grades and associations. It is located to the east of the fifth-floor elevator and is equipped with promotional materials of various activities. Commuters’ lockers in front of Room 511 and the sixth-floor east corridor are assigned by Year 2 association.
  • The second-hand recycling area for books and stationery is located in front of Room 515 and is available for self-service.
  • The undergraduate bulletin board is located on the fifth floor (the left side is for academic affairs, student affairs, and general affairs campus announcements, whereas the right is for speech workshop activities and part-time jobs), and the postgraduates bulletin board is located on the sixth floor.
  • The priority seating areas in front of popular courses’ classrooms are reserved to ensure a comfortable learning environment for visually impaired and disabled students.
  • In addition to the campus’ ntnu wireless domain, our department has its own wireless domain to access the PsycArticles electronic database for a more convenient learning environment.