Laboratory space can typically be booked through the internal Resource Booking website. If you need help accessing this site or booking a laboratory space, please contact the Lab Manager. While the new spaces are still being set up, it is best to contact the Lab Manager in the first instance if you wish to book time in one.
Isolation room (B.01A)
Small table and chairs for children
EyeLink Portable Duo eye-tracker
Tobii X120 Eye-tracker
Host computer and linked monitors
Quiet space for recording interviews Settees and comfortable chairs
Workstations (PCs and Macs)
3×3m soundproof recording booth
Two 1.5×1.2m linked isolation booths
Control computers and linked monitors
Three (3) Windows 10 [Dell] PCs
Ultrasound Tongue Imager (UTI)
Electroglottograph (EGG) Electropalatograph (EPG)
Airflow measurement device
Windows 7 PC (for articulatory kit)
Psychology Eye-tracking Lab
(cannot be booked online)
EyeLink1000 Eye-tracker with:
King George IV Building (KGVI) is located on Queen Victoria Road in Newcastle upon Tyne, across from the Royal Victoria Infirmary (RVI) and Great North Children's Hospital.
To enter on the Basement level, there is an entrance in the back, along King's Road. This entrance is fully wheelchair and during COVID-19 restrictions, it is the only entrance to the building.
The Experimental Lab suite (Eye-tracking, Sociolinguistics, and Phonetics Labs) are located on this level. To reach them, enter the building and turn left. At the end of the corridor, turn right at the lift and stairwell. The Experimental Lab rooms are through the double doors.
To reach the 2nd floor labs, take the lift to the second floor. The entrance to both rooms is through 2.12 (the Language Analysis Lab).
Both levels have accessible toilets nearby. The recording spaces in the basement suite will all be equipped with accessibility ramps (where necessary).