Computer Training Classes at the Computing Resource Center

The Office of Information Systems and Computing, Technology Learning Services, offers computer courses to Penn faculty, staff and students with a valid PENNcard. All classes and seminars are held at the Computing Resource Center, 38th & Locust Walk (across from the Penn Bookstore).

Registration is required for all hands-on courses and some Bits & Pieces seminars. Individuals must register themselves (no registration by third party). For registration and information by phone: 573-3102; by email:, or on the web: Registration is open for September classes. Registration for October classes begins on September 23. All prerequisites must be satisfied before registering for any course.


DOS: Working knowledge of elementary DOS commands is required for all training courses on application software for IBM PCs and compatibles. You can fulfill this prerequisite by completing one of our DOS tutorials or completing the "What You Really Need to Know about DOS" class.

Windows: Working knowledge of using the mouse, pull-down menus, file and folder structure is required. A knowledge of elementary DOS commands is also required for Windows courses in order to learn the important concepts of these programs at the pace at which they are presented. In order to fulfill this prerequisite, complete one of the Windows tutorials or the "Introduction to Windows" course.

Macintosh: Working knowledge of using the mouse, pull-down menus, file and folder structure is required. The minimum acceptable experience level is completion of the Macintosh Basics tutorial, which comes with most Macintosh systems and is also available at the CRC.

Cancellation: Required 48 hours in advance; failure to do so will prohibit registration for other ISC-TLS courses that semester.

September and October Course Schedule

Hands-On Courses for DOS/Windows Users

Hands-On Courses for Macintosh Users

Bits & Pieces Seminars


Volume 43 Number 3
September 10, 1996

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