For assistance with printing, copying or scanning, go to the Information Desk.
Public printing is available in the Atkins Library on the first and second floors. The cost is 9¢ per page for black-and-white, and 30¢ for color. The printers are networked so users may pick up their print jobs at whatever printer is most convenient. The photocopiers also function as printers. For specialty print jobs such as large format or using special paper, see the Repros Copy Center
Photocopiers are located on the first and second floors of the Library. The cost is 9¢ per page for black-and-white; 30¢ for color.
Pay for printing and copying
pay for printing and copying using funds on their 49er Account
on their 49er ID card. This account is separate from the Optional Dining Accoun
t, although both reside on the 49er ID card. Add funds to your card in the following ways: with cash at the Value Transfer Stations (VTS) on the first and second floors; with a debit or credit card online at the Auxiliary Services
website (click on Account Online); or using cash, debit, or credit by going in person to the ID office in the Student Union.
pay for prints and copies by purchasing a guest card at the Value Transfer Stations (VTS) on the first and second floors. The cost of the card is 50¢. The machines do not accept coins, nor do they give change. There is no change available in the Library.
When purchasing a guest card, please read the display and follow the instructions carefully to avoid losing your money!
Pay cash at the Copy Center
If you don't have a card and don't wish to purchase one, you can send your print job or take items to be photocopied directly to the Copy Center, where you can pay cash for your prints or copies. The cost is the same as if you do it yourself.
To have the Copy Center print for you, send your print job as an email attachment to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Several different scanning options are available, all on the first floor. There is no cost for scanning.
- A a quick scanning station to use when you just need to make a digital copy of printed material. Features a Scannx document scanner and two Scannx flatbed, touch screen scanners. Users can scan loose sheets or bound materials to create .pdf or .jpg documents and email them as attachments or save to a flash drive. Note takers for Disability Services are encouraged to use this station to easily scan and upload notes.
- Two Novell PC's have Canon flatbed scanners and are equipped with Adobe Acrobat Professional for creating and editing PDFs from scanned documents, and Photoshop for scanning images to create JPG or TIFF files. Users can save scanned files to a flash drive or directly to their H: drive
- The four iMacs in the Digital Media Studio have Canon flatbed scanners and feature Adobe Creative Suite 4, which includes Acrobat Professional and Photoshop. These stations can be used to scan film negatives and slides as well as paper. Technology Support staff can assist you with scanning whenever the Digital Media Studio is staffed.
- This station is an assistive technology which works with the Kurzweil software to scan printed material and then read it to the user. It is not to be used for general scanning purposes.