Photocopying, Scanning and Printing

There are three multifunction devices (MFD) located in the library for printing, photocopying, and scanning.

You will need to have a printing account set up and money added to your account before using them. This can be done at the Circulation Desk. Each page printed or copied is debited from your account.

Charges are per page printed. Double sided copying or printing is charged for each side.

Paper Size

Black & White

Colour

A4

10c

50c

A3

20c

$1.00

There is no charge for scanning documents to email.


Printing

When you print from the library computers you will be prompted for a username and password.

These will be advised to you when you set up your printing account, but generally your username is your first name and the first initial of your family name.

Eg.  Karl Barth = karlb

Douglas John Hall = douglash

If uncertain, check with library staff

 

Password for all users = 1234

 

Your print job will then be added to the print queue.  Please check the computer screen to see if you have enough credit to print the job.

To release your job from the queue, go to any of the MFD's located in the Computer Room or Main Library.  You will be asked to log in.  Your login is the 5 numbers in your library barcode. Use the number pad on the printer to enter this number.

If your barcode is C98765D, your pin will be 98765

Press [Log in] and you should see a list of all of your print jobs on the screen.

Select a print job and press [Print] to release that job. Select [Print all] to release all print jobs pending.


Photocopying

To photocopy you will need to log in. Your login is the 5 numbers in your library barcode. Use the number pad on the printer to enter this number.

If your barcode is C98765D, your pin will be 98765

Press Log In and you will be taken to the next screen.

Click on [Use Copier Functions]. This will show you your current account balance. Then click [Next] to see your current account balance.

Choose [Copy] and you will be taken to the copying screen.

Place the item to be copied face down on the glass screen or face up in the feeder tray and then press the green [Start] button to start copying.

 

Copyright regulations

Before making any copies, you should read the Copyright Act regulations which are adjacent to each photocopier. Copyright owners are entitled to take legal action against anyone who infringes their copyright.

It is fair dealing to make a copy, for the purpose of research or study, of one or more articles on the same subject matter in a periodical publication or, in the case of any other work which is currently in print, of a reasonable portion of a work.

In the case of a published work, 10% of the total number of pages, or one chapter, is a reasonable portion.

If the library staff become aware of copyright infringement, they will need to confiscate your copies.