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Library Resources for Student Affairs (VPUL SALT): Spaces & Services

Online Learning

24-Hour Laptop Lending @ EC

A limited number of MacBooks are now available to borrow for up to 6 days!  Stop by the Education Commons desk to check one out.  MacBooks are available on a first-come, first-served basis. View availability.


Learn about PennImmersive, Penn Libraries' initiative launched in concert with Penn’s Year of Innovation to engage the campus in a year-long, public research project to explore the potential of virtual reality, augmented reality, and 3D modeling in teaching, research, and learning. Check out our blog at

Study and Meeting Spaces

Collaborative Classroom


Penn Libraries hosts a number of classrooms as teaching, workshop, and meeting spaces.

EC Group Study

Group Study Rooms

Group study rooms, seating 5-6 people, are available throughout Penn Libraries for reservation by the Penn Community for collaborative work and meetings. Many rooms are equipped with technology for video conferencing and recording.

Lippincott Seminar Room

Seminar and Meeting Rooms

Larger seminar and meeting rooms are available for reservation by the Penn Community for meetings and events. Most rooms are equipped with video conferencing and screen sharing software.

Student Assistance Services

The Weigle Information Commons and Education Commons at Penn Libraries host various student assistance services.

Media Production Resources

The Penn Libraries offer a host of services related to media production, including video and audio editing, graphic design, and equipment lending.

3D Printing

Learn more about 3D printing at the Biomedical Library and Education Commons

 See more 3D on our Facebook page!


Special Collections and Exhibits

Explore the Penn Libraries' vast special collections and rare materials through our events and exhibits. Visit the Kislak Center for more information.