National Footwear Museum
Supported by several regional and national entities, the National Footwear Museum (Museu Nacional do Calçado - MNC) is headquartered at Campus I of Feevale University.
The Museum is a space that preserves the memory of the country’s leather-footwear activity, maintaining a permanent exhibition of its collection, as well as promoting cultural activities related to footwear and fashion design.
Feevale Center for Documentation and Memory “Luci Therezinha Bridi”
It preserves and organizes documentation from ASPEUR, rectory, pro-rectors, institutes, courses, sectors as well as institutional research projects aimed at the communities and extension projects of Feevale University. The purpose of the center is to preserve the memory of Feevale University and also to make available to researchers, the community and academics access to materials related to the history of the Institution and surrounding region, as well as the preservation of their identity and memory.
The Art Galery organizes productions and exhibitions of proven cultural value. Its main objective is to establish connections with the community based on artistic activities, thus becoming a place for the accomplishment of projects related to the Visual Arts, through the organization of exhibitions, acquisition of works for the formation of the collection and preservation of the cultural heritage connected to the Institution.
10. Workshops for teaching Arts
The students have at their disposal workshops available for the execution of practical work if needed due to their researches, as follows:
Workshop 01: Ceramics, modeling and sculpture
Workshop 02: Engravings and serigraphy
Workshop 03: Drawing and painting
Workshop 04: Drawing and painting
Laboratories of the Computing and Design Courses
The Computing course maintains 9 specific laboratories. The labs totaled 163 Dell-branded microcomputers with Windows 7 and Linux operating system, plus five Apple Mac mini computers in the 200A1 lab. In all labs, updated software is installed on both operating systems, and all ICET students have access to Microsoft's MSDNAA program.
The 200A1 lab has phones and tablets, allowing students to study mobile programming. In laboratory 200B, robotic kits are available for use in the Artificial Intelligence disciplines. The computer labs provide access to the Feevale academic network and the Internet. It should be noted that wireless network is available on both campuses.
IT Projects Laboratory:
In this laboratory, research, teaching and extension projects involving interdisciplinary content are developed.
Artificial Intelligence Laboratory: This laboratory has the objective of providing material and equipment necessary for artificial intelligence teaching practices.
Laboratory of Hardware and Operating Systems: This laboratory holds the necessary practices for the installation, configuration and management of operating systems.
Software Development Laboratory I: The laboratory aims to support the disciplines related to software development, providing the necessary tools for the design, modeling and construction of computer systems, including main programming languages.
Software Development Laboratory II:
The laboratory aims to support the disciplines related to software development, providing the necessary tools for the design, modeling and construction of computer systems, including main programming languages.
Laboratory of Mobile Technologies:
The laboratory has the objective to support study and development in the area of mobile devices, aiming at complementing studies and supporting teaching projects that address these technologies. Therefore, the space has the necessary devices and software to provide the experiments and the construction of mobile applications.
In this laboratory, theoretical and practical activities are carried out in the area of computer networks.
Laboratory of Software Engineering:
The objective of the laboratory is to allow experimentation in the area of software engineering, through the evaluation and use of development support tools that aim to increase the quality and productivity in the construction of computational systems.
Web Applications Laboratory:
The laboratory supports students in relation to the necessary technologies for the development of WEB applications and holds the development of interdisciplinary projects.