English Languages Lab:
The Languages Lab was established in 2002 at the Department of English Language and Literature. The lab offers a number of modern teaching methods as it consists of 41 computers and a Teacher Computer. Each computer is equipped with a headset, an LCD, a wireless microphone and loudspeakers.
The lab is used in several courses such as poetry, British and American literature, drama, oral communication and others which rely on PowerPoint and Prezi presentations as well as other Moodle courses.
The lab is also equipped with internet services and a Net Support School Programme (NSS) that allows the teachers to keep in touch with the students’ participation on screen and enables students to participate in open discussions.
The American Studies Lab
One of the important facilities of the Department of English is the American Studies Lab. It is located on the second floor of the Student Services Building. The lab is equipped with 40 most up-to-date PCs, an internet service and an overhead projector that are available for the use of the American Studies students. The Lab also houses all the courses of the American Studies Minor allowing students to benefit from the e-learning possibilities and to use the PCs and the internet for their research needs. The American Studies Lab is made possible by a donation from the American Consulate in Jerusalem.
Faculty of Humanities Lab
The Faculty of Humanities lab is equipped with 50 computers and is used to give a number of courses on computer and other relevant topics to improve students’ computer skills.
Students also use the lab to carry out their graduation projects and conduct research as well as participate in e-learning activities to be involved in open discussions with their teachers.
Tourism and Archeology Laboratory
Location: The Faculty of Humanities
Room no. 1040
The lab is used in teaching several theoretical and online courses and offers modern technology devices including 20 computers, painters and LCDs that contribute in facilitating the teaching-learning process.
The lab allows students to carry out their projects, tasks and presentations and trains them on hotel booking, ticketing and communicating with international tourism companies.
The Francophone Resource Centre
The Francophone Resource Centre was inaugurated in 2016 in the presence of the French Consul General and An-Najah President Professor Rami Hamdallah.
The centre aims at providing students with a friendly environment to study, conduct research and engage in extracurricular activities.
The centre offers a reading room, a computer lab and other facilities that contribute in the development of e-learning.
The centre also has LCDs and T.Vs that broadcast French channels to enhance students' cultural and linguistic competencies.
Active Learning Classrooms
The Faculty of Humanities offers two classrooms for active learning which depends on engaging students in group learning, problem based learning (PBL) and project based learning.