The Penn Libraries have deployed a virtual computer lab (vLab) for students to access software applications normally accessible in Library computer labs. Software includes in-demand titles that students can’t easily access by other means.
Registration is required to access the vLab. Users need to have an active Penn Student, Staff or Faculty affiliation.
When connected to the virtual lab you will be running a Windows 10 PC that works much like an on-campus lab computer.
Click the "Register tab" or use this link to request access. (You will usually hear back within one business day.)
You need to save your work by uploading to Google Drive, Canvas or whatever cloud-based storage you normally use.
Each time you log in, you get a brand new session. You will not be able to pick up where you left off or leave your work saved on the vLab computer.
Looking for specialized software? Need software for a course? Some Penn schools host their own virtual computer labs for their faculty, staff, and students.