D Building - floor 1 - 3 on Campus Gotland
Floor plans and pictures of the rooms in the D building (the Betty Pettersson Building*) are found on this page.
- Floorplan floor 1 - Pictures rooms: D13, Study space/Common room
- Floorplan floor 2 - Pictures rooms D22, D23 and D24 (ALC room) and Study space
- Floorplan floor 3
* Betty Pettersson from Visby, was the first official female university student in Sweden when she enrolled at Uppsala University in 1872.
D building - Floor 1
Room D13 - Floor 1 - D building
This room is mainly used by the university’s programmes in cultural conservation (Bachelor Programme in Building Conservation and Bachelor Programme in Objects Conservation) and biology (Bachelor Programme in Environmental Science).
Special safety regulations apply, which are posted on a placard on the door between the large lab room (D13) and the vestibule/cloak room. University’s pages on chemicals handling. Questions about procedures and regulations around the room including chemicals can be asked of Susanna Barros at the Department of Art History, Division of Conservation.
Study space - Floor 1 - D Building
Seats for up to 150 persons. There is a projector.
D building - Floor 2
Room D22 - Floor 2 - D building
Room D23 - Floor 2 - D building
Room D24 - Floor 2 - D building
D24 is a so called ALC classroom (ALC = Active Learning Classroom) - designed for discussion and student collaboration, with round tables to facilitate peer review and peer learning. It's not suitable for lectures.
In addition to the technical equipment above, the room is equipped with rollable chairs, 8 round tables and 4 removable writing boards.
- Contact Daniel Olsson (supervisor - creative methods) for support on how to work with collaborative forms of learning in D24.
- Read more about ALC at Medarbetarportalen.
Study space - Floor 2 - D Building
D building - Floor 3
Floor 3 of the D building has facilities/offices administrative staff at the Division of Common Service and Administration.