Tech and Tools Spaces - Computers

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Computers and wifi

Includes:

  • 13 seated and 14 standing computer workstations (accessible to U of T students, staff and faculty; UTORid login required)
  • 5 LIRA public access terminals, one of which is wheelchair accessible (LIRA terminals are available for public use with a guest pass, which can be obtained from the LIRA kiosk on site. Valid government ID or credit card required)
  • 1 black & white printer
  • 1 colour printer

Computer finder

Note:

Wifi access is available to current students, staff, and faculty throughout Gerstein. UTORid sign-in required. Configuring your device

Location

Main floor, lobby (by entrance)

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Dept. of Computer Science Innovation Lab (DCSIL)

The Department of Computer Science Innovation Lab is one of University of Toronto's nine campus accelerators.

More info: https://www.dcsil.ca/

Location

2nd floor, Morrison Pavilion

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Gerstein Reading Room

Capacity: 94

Includes:

  • Reference collection (encyclopedias, dictionaries, handbooks) 
  • Table space for 72
  • Soft seating for 16
  • 6 standing computer terminals

More info:  History of the Heritage Reading Room

Location

Main floor

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Instruction Lab

Capacity: 38 people

Includes:

  • 19 PC workstations
  • 1 presenter workstation
  • 1 projector
  • 1 microphone
  • web conferencing available

Accessibility: Back row of workstations are accessible by wheelchair

Location

2nd floor, Morrison Pavilion

madlab

MADLab

Capacity: 30

Includes:

  • 2 MacBook pro laptops with Adobe Creative Cloud and Xcode
  • 1 3D scanner
  • 2 3D printers
  • 2 workstations with mobile SDKs and design software
  • Test devices for iOS and Android
  • Digital projector and whiteboards
  • 2 conference/breakout rooms
  • Hardware samples
  • Equipment Locker
  • Refrigerator, coffee machine, microwave

More info:

Hours: generally Monday – Friday 9 AM – 5 PM  (*recommended to contact mad.lab@utoronto.ca for an appointment).

Open to all U of T students, staff, and faculty

 

To book a 3D printer:  https://bookings.library.utoronto.ca/gerstein

About the MADLab:  http://mobile.utoronto.ca/madlab

 

Location

1 Below, Heritage Wing

  • Room B112 (south end)
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Wallace Room

Capacity: 196

Includes:

  • 58 study carrels
  • 16 tables (accommodating 64 people) 
  • 4 standing tables
  • 46 computer workstations with chairs
  • 4 standing workstations
  • Black and white printer 

Location

Main floor, north of lobby