Does CeLTA offer courses?
CeLTA offers the following courses:
- Non-credit language courses for learners of all ages through the Community Language School
- Graduate courses for the Master of Arts in Foreign Language Teaching
- A 1-credit undergraduate experiential learning course (AL491)
- Non-credit courses for teachers and language professionals through the Online Language Teaching Program
Does CeLTA provide translation services?
Unfortunately, CeLTA does not offer translation services. The Language Resource Center at the University of Michigan maintains a free translation service, the Language Bank, which might be an option: https://lsa.umich.edu/lrc/translation/languagebank.html. It also maintains a list of recommended commercial translation services.
Does CeLTA still handle Lost and Found for Wells Hall?
No, CeLTA no longer handles Lost and Found for Wells Hall. Please contact the MSU Police office for Lost and Found items.
Do you have anything in common with the CELTA test (“Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages”)?
No, we are not affiliated in any way with that test, nor do we offer it.
Does CeLTA offer assessment services (language placement and language proficiency testing)?
More information on assessment can be found here: https://celta.msu.edu/assessments/
Does CeLTA offer advising for MSU students who wish to take language courses?
Does CeLTA have its own Certificate of College Teaching?
No, CeLTA no longer offers a unique certificate. Instead, we direct College of Arts and Letters (CAL) students in a language-related field to the general CAL Graduate Certificate of College Teaching. CAL students in a language-teaching related program/department (e.g., Second Language Studies, Romance and Classical Studies) can seek advice from Caitlin Cornell (email@example.com), CeLTA’s Assistant Director, with regards to language-based options to fulfill the requirements of the streamlined certificate program.
I am interested in working for or interning with CeLTA. What opportunities are there for me?
If you are an undergraduate student, you can find more information here: https://celta.msu.edu/internships/
If you are a graduate student, you can find more information here: https://celta.msu.edu/graduate-assistantships/
If you are a professional, please refer to official MSU HR job postings and apply through that portal.
Can I reserve CeLTA computer lab space?
Yes. The CeLTA labs are undergoing a transformation in both space and reservation process. For Fall 2021 reservation requests, please email Caitlin Cornell (firstname.lastname@example.org). This process may be different for Spring 2022.
Where are alternative computer labs on campus?
You can reserve Wells Hall computer labs (B102, B110s) via the regular classroom reservation process for faculty/departments. For more information, please refer to Cal Tech: https://cal.msu.edu/faculty/staff-resources/technology/
Does CeLTA provide services related to video materials for instructors?
No, CeLTA does not provide such services. Support regarding movies, including options for streaming, are handled by the MSU Libraries, which does offer several video streaming products and faculty support. See https://libguides.lib.msu.edu/eresources/media for more information. If there is a question about the availability of a particular film, faculty should reach out to their Library liaison and/or Michael Rodriguez.
Answers to questions regarding copyright can be found here: https://lib.msu.edu/copyright/faq/
Will CeLTA buy movies for faculty?
Movie purchases are handled by their respective departments and programs, and by the library.
Does CeLTA provide technology support services?
Technology support is handled by the CAL Technology Office.
Does CeLTA lend technology or resources?
No, CeLTA normally does not lend resources to the public or faculty. For technology, please contact your department or program and/or the CAL Technology Office.