The Sheppard Library is the hub of print activity across Campus and to support demand a blend of printers are installed. These are designed to meet a variety of challenges such as faster printing, higher image quality and delivering across a wide range of media. Flexible ways to print such as directly from USB and mobile devices (See How to… guides) continue to play an important part towards enhancing student achievement and experience.
There are 28 printers in the Sheppard Library and they can be found on each floor except for the Law wing.
Student printers are also located in various buildings on and off the main Hendon Campus.
You will need to register your ID card to any printer. It’s a simple one-off procedure and once completed, you will be able to ‘touch’ in to any student printer across campus to print, copy or scan.
Laptops borrowed from the self-service cabinets have full printing functionality.
Printers allow you to print directly from your USB drive/memory stick. A popular and time saving option with students and new for 2018… printers allow you to print Microsoft files (Word, PowerPoint etc.) as well as PDF, JPG and tiff files
Work in progress – more news soon.
We are currently finalising the documentation and process for printer installation on Macbooks. If you would like to install the printer on your Windows laptop, please see a member of the IT Specialist team based in the StudyHub area on the first floor of the Sheppard Library (11am-6:30pm, Monday to Friday only).
Documents can be scanned and sent to your University e-mail only. The scan and store option allows you to scan your documents or images directly to your USB drive/memory stick .
Student print and copy is free for academic purposes within reasonable limits but we would like to remind you to print and copy responsibly and abide by the Printing and Photocopying Policy and Guidance for Students. All printing and copying is recorded against a student account and mechanisms are in place to take action in cases of excessive printing, copying or other unauthorised use. Please continue to support the joint university/MDXSU green agenda.