Arlington CLUB (Collaborative Learning Hub)

Founders Hall, Room B115

The Arlington Collaborative Learning Hub (CLUB) supports effective teaching and learning with technology to enhance educational experiences and the quality of work life at the university. The CLUB is available for students, faculty, instructional support staff, and academic units seeking to improve curriculum. The CLUB provides training and support for instructional improvement with technology. Our goal is to increase the use of technology-based courseware and supplement instructional initiatives university-wide.


The CLUB has a variety of tech tools available for students, faculty, and staff to borrow for educational purposes. 

  • Video cameras
  • Webcams
  • Audio recorders
  • Microphones
  • Dell and Apple laptops


The Arlington CLUB, located on level B1 of Founders Hall, offers a place to incorporate technology seamlessly into academics. This Wi-Fi enabled area is equipped with a Collaborative Project Table, a Mobile Multimedia Station, and more. We also have a classroom in the computer lab on the 2nd floor for group workshops.


The CLUB offers individualized support for faculty and staff on incorporating technology such as PowerPoint, Blackboard, Camtasia, and other software into courses. Some examples of consultation topics would include:

  • How to design and develop online instructional materials
  • How to use online learning management systems
  • How to choose and use emerging technology tools and collaboration methods for optimal learning

Workshop Training:

We also offer small group training for Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite applications, and other software.  To check availability of workshops and register online, please visit the IT Training web site.


  • Guests may be held accountable for damages to borrowed equipment.
  • Guests are prohibited from installing software on computers.
  • Equipment is available for educational purposes. With this in mind, we reserve the right to ask guests to terminate service if we feel their usage is not appropriate. Examples of inappropriate use and/or behavior may include but are not limited to the following:
    • Use of lab computers to access inappropriate or illegal websites or to create content for non-academic purposes.
    • Attempting to perform any illegal or harmful activity, such as hacking, data theft, libelous or slanderous activities, destruction of property, etc.