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Printing, photocopying and scanning

Print, copy and scan in the Library

You can print, copy and scan to email using the Multi Functional Devices (MFDs), available at all Library sites and at PC clusters around campus.

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    Frequently asked questions

    How do you add credit to your account?

    You can add credit to your print account using the online ePayments system:

    Print credit

    If you're an entitled to print credit as part of your undergraduate or postgraduate study, you can request this by contacting your School:

    What do you need?

    To use the MFDs you need:

    • Your University ID card (if you don’t have one, contact us).
    • A print account. A central printing account is automatically created for you at the same time as your University computing account.

    Where can you print from?

    You can print from a PC cluster and wirelessly from your own laptop, using University WiFi.

    How much does it cost?

    Scanning to your University email account is free of charge.

    Copying and printing are charged by the number of printed sheets:

    Mono (Black and White)
    Paper TypePer CopyPer 10 Sheets
    A4 Single-sided 5p 50p
    A4 Double-sided 8p 80p
    A3 Single-sided 10p £1
    A3 Double-sided 16p £1.60

     

    Colour
    Paper TypePer CopyPer 10 Sheets
    A4 Single-sided 21p £2.10
    A4 Double-sided 40p £4.00
    A3 Single-sided 42p £4.20
    A3 Double-sided 80p £8.00

    Where can you get help?

    For general help using the MFDs, please ask a member of Library staff.

    Videos showing you how to print, copy and scan can be found on our How to videos page.

    For guidance on printing from your device wirelessly please visit the IT services website.

    An in-depth guide on printing, copying and scanning is available as a PDF:

    Microfilm and microfiche

    Microfilm and microfiche reader-printers are also available, including a digital scanner and PC on Green Ground in the Main Library.

    To use a Microfilm or microfiche printer, ask at the Lending Support desk on Blue Ground floor in the Main Library.

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