The Graduate Program in Education, Art and Cultural History has two laboratories equipped with state-of-the-art computational and audiovisual resources for research and extension for master's students, doctoral students, postdoctoral fellows, and visiting professors from national and international institutions, under an interdisciplinary perspective.

The LAUDICINE (Laboratorio de audiovisual e cinema) was created in 2023, after the dissolution of the Laboratório cinematográfico e de visualização (LABCINE).  It cultivates projects in association with the undergraduate students, and with international and national research networks.

LHUDI (Laboratory of Digital Humanities) adsorbs the interest of students and researchers in what refers to the study of human-machine interaction in order to establish forms of poetic thought, in which creative activities are appropriated by software for the generation and treatment of images and multidimensional narratives. It develops research, experimentation, production, and diffusion of knowledge in Audio Visual, resulting in publications such as articles, dissertations, thesis and books. The Lab's work is focused on the dissemination of advanced research methods through interdisciplinarity. It provides tools for social scientists, historians, educators, and artists in the use of digital technologies for the analysis and dissemination of research data, in digital applications for galleries, libraries, archives, museums, and in teaching innovation. It investigates the impact of new technologies in the treatment of audiovisual materials and the consequent renewal in terms of research methods and knowledge production with the development of innovative solutions in the humanities.

The Computer Labs and Academic Spaces used by the University's students and faculty are large, with about 2,670 interconnected computers and centralized management.