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To print in the library, log into a computer station in the building. Bring up the document you want to print and select print from the program menu (Shortcut: Ctrl + P). Be sure to check the print preview, as you will be charged for blank pages.
Click print when ready. A window will pop up, asking you to input an optional password to protect your print job from being printed by someone else. Leave it blank to print without a password.
From here, head to any of the print release stations in the building (we have four, shown in the map). Swipe your UAFS ID at the station to bring up the list of available documents. Find yours in the list and click print.
If you are a public patron wanting to print or have lost your UAFS ID, please ask the staff at the front desk about acquiring a guest card.
The printing system does not allow for printing from your personal phones/laptops. To print, you must use one of the computers in the library.
Each floor of the library has a copy machine. Copying is 10¢ per sheet, 15¢ if double sided, and you'll need your UAFS ID card or a guest card to copy. Color photocopying is not available in the library.
For assistance using the machines or if you need a guest card, please ask at the Circulation Desk.
The library has four flatbed scanners available. Two scanners are located in the computer area on the 1st floor of the library, one set up for public patrons, and two scanners are set up in the 24 hour computer lab.
The library copy machines are also equipped with scanners and are located on each floor of the library. You can use the copy machines to scan up to 10 pages at a time and send them to yourself via email or save to a flash drive. You do not need a UAFS ID card to scan.
If you need help with scanning, please ask the library staff.
Students have $10 loaded onto their UAFS ID card each semester for printing.
To add more funds:
Public Guests: please visit the library's Circulation desk for assistance in obtaining a guest card.
Microfilm and microfiche, along with microfiche/microfilm readers, are located in the Pebley Center on the 1st floor of the library. Documents may be printed from these readers or scanned to a digital file.
Please ask for assistance operating the microfiche/microfilm reader if you're unsure how to use it.