Class of 1937 Computer Laboratory

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In 1992, the Class of 1937 entered the computer age - and enabled countless Penn students to do so, too - with a Class of '37 Computer Lab.

Furnished with Thomas Moser carrels designed for Penn and equipped with IBM and Macintosh computers and high-quality printers, the Class of '37 Lab provides a quiet environment for intensive work by graduate and undergraduate students. Also located on the fifth floor, this is the fourth microcomputer laboratory to be opened in the Penn Libraries.

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About this space

Seating:

20

Software:

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Accessibility

For wheelchairs

Sufficient doorway & hallway clearance.
Automatic doors or no doors.
Clearance to approach table.

Lighting

Natural and/or non-fluorescent lighting.

Orthopedic accessibility

Chairs have adjustable height.

Nearby bathrooms

1 large gender-neutral, accessible bathroom and a lactation room are located near the 5th floor east bank of elevators.
4 gender-neutral, accessible bathrooms are located in the 5th floor west elevator lobby.
See 5th floor plan of Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center

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