Before you print/photocopy you will need to put money on your printing account. There is a Pay Station for Printing located on Floor 1 of the Library.
There are two other Pay Stations for Printing on campus. They are located in the Muirhevna Building beside room N114, and in the Carroll’s Building beside room P1046.
Usernames and passwords
Students are provided with a username and password at registration. Library Staff don't have access to these details, so contact Computer Services if you have problems logging on.
Saving your work and automatic log out
There are printers on Floor 1 of the Library. You will need your student card to print/photocopy.
View the guide for printing/photocopying instructions and printing prices.
You can log on to a PC to print or use mobile printing. Documents sent to print can be collected from any printer on campus within 24 hours. There are more printers in the Muirhevna Building, in the Carroll’s Building and beside the Coffee Dock in the North Building.
Top up your printing account using the moneyloader on Floor 1 of the Library. There are also moneyloaders in the Muirhevna Building beside room N114 and in the Carroll’s Building beside room P1046.
As student printing is managed by an external company, Library staff are unable to help with queries. Instead, speak to the printing engineer on the first floor of the Library, email email@example.com or phone 087 6172596.
The printing engineer is usually on campus:
Monday – Thursday: 9:00am - 1:30pm and 2:30pm – 5:30pm
Friday: 9:00am - 1:30pm and 2:30pm – 3:30pm
Visit the student printing website for more information.
You have worked hard on your essay, the last thing you want to happen to is to lose all this hard work by not saving it properly.
We recommend you save your work in more than one location, so you have a back up in case anything goes wrong.
You can save your work to your student drive, email it to yourself or save it to a USB. But be careful with your USB as each year hundreds of USBs are lost in the Library
Remember - back your work up in more than 1 place
Never save your work to the desktop as it will not be there the next time you login.