UNB Libraries - Photocopying, Printing & Scanning

By: Unb  09-12-2011
Keywords: Printing, Floor, PHOTOCOPYING

Fredericton

  • Harriet Irving Library   []
    Photocopying:
    The HIL Photocopy Room is located at the back of the second floor. One copier is set up for use on the Print Credit System, and one machine accepts 5¢, 10¢, 25¢ and $1.00 coins. Other machines accept Copy Cards, which are sold at the Commons Services Desk at a cost of $5.00 for 35 copies and $20.00 for 206 copies. These prices include a $1 refundable deposit. Double-side copying is not available.
    Printing:
    Printing from Public Access Computers requires a copy card, as described above. Public access computers are available on the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd floors of HIL.
    Printing from personal laptops, library laptops, and most computers in the Learning Commons use the print credit system.
    Colour printing, and double-sided printing is available in the Learning Commons through the print credit system.
    Scanning:
    A self-service scanner is available in the Learning Commons at no charge.
    Microforms:
    Microform printer-readers are available in the Microforms Dept. on the 3rd floor of HIL.
  • Science & Forestry Library   []
    Photocopying:
    The Science and Forestry Library has 2 photocopiers. Both are set up to accept Copy Cards, which can be purchased from the Services Desk, and one is also set up to use the Print Credit system. Copy cards are sold at a cost of $5.00 for 35 copies and $20.00 for 206 copies. These prices include a $1 refundable deposit. Double-sided copying is available with charges applied for each side.
    Printing:
    Printing from Public Access Computers requires a copy card, as described above. Printing from personal laptops and library laptops uses the print credit system. The Science & Forestry Library offers double-sided colour printing.
    Scanning:
    A self-service scanner is available at no charge.
  • Engineering Library   []
    Photocopying:
    Photocopying is available for students using the Print Credit system. Alternatively, you can purchase a special Copy Card from the Service Desk at a cost of $5.00 for 35 copies and $20.00 for 206 copies. A $1.00 refund is available for used cards. Double-side copying is available. Charges for each side are applied.
    Printing:
    Printing from library-owned or personal laptops and from general purpose computers uses the Print Credit system. Printing from the Express PCs in the library lobby requires a copy card.
    Scanning:
    A self-service scanner is available at no charge.

Saint John

  • Hans W. Klohn Commons   []
    Photocopying, Printing, Scanning:
    Repro Stations are available on all floors of the Hans W. Klohn Commons. Repro Stations are multi-function machines that can be used to photocopy, print, or scan. Print credits and a UNB ID card are needed to pay for photocopies and for printing.
The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011

Keywords: Floor, Personal Laptops, PHOTOCOPYING, Printing, Science And Forestry Library, service desk,

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