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Printing Services & Technology at Waidner-Spahr Library: Printing Services

This libguide provides basic instructions on how to use technology available in Waidner Spahr Library, including Toshiba services (printing, scanning, copying), media:scape tables, and the video collaboration station.

Table of Contents

This table of contents includes quick links to all of the sections on printing in the library. You can also use the drop down menu underneath the tab at the top to get to each section quickly.

Introduction

Printing from Desktop

Printing with a Wireless Laptop

Scanning

Copying

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Introduction

The library is equipped with three multi-use printers, which scan, copy, and print documents. You can access these printers using desktop computers or wireless laptops. More detailed information about printer functions and resources can be found under the Table of Contents.

Every semester, each student receives a 600 page printing allotment which equates to $42.00 in PaperCut. Black and white page printing or photocopying is charged $.07 and each color page is charged $.14. If you run out of printing money, you can easily add to your allotment by putting money on your Declining Balance. This is done through the Student ID Office in the HUB- Monday through Friday- 8:30- 4:30.

Students and non-Dickinson users can pay cash and print from the public computers at circulation desk for $0.10 per black and white page and $0.20 per color page.

If you still have questions after reviewing the guide, please stop by the Circulation Desk for further assistance.

For printing dispute resolution: Send an email to studentprinting@dickinson.edu within three days of your printing problem. Please state in the email a description of the problem, file name of the document you were trying to print, location where the problem occurred, and number of pages affected. After researching the problem we will respond and credit your account if applicable.