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Engineering Quad, ETLC
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This panorama shows Engineering Quadrangle on the North Campus of the University of Alberta. The closest building is the Engineering Teaching and Learning Complex (ETLC). The ETLC is a state-of-the-art teaching and learning facility housing nin major classrooms, four large computer laboratories, and several undergraduate insrtuctional laboratory spaces. This facility is home to many engineering student clubs, a small food-court, the Engineering Co-Op Office, and the Office of the Dean of Engineering.

Copyright: University Of Alberta
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 30000x15000
Taken: 31/07/2012
Загружена: 02/08/2012
Обновлено: 22/04/2014
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Tags: university of alberta; north campus; engineering; etlc; nref; mec e; outdoors; edmonton
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