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Print, scan and photocopy in the Library

In the Library, you can print, scan, and photocopy using a current University of Canberra Student identification card with credit; credit is added by presenting your card at the credit machine (Autoloader) on Level B, or online.

There are two ways to print: from a student PC and from your own personal device.

Printing from a student PC

Select your print option, then present your student card on the device's card reader. Instructions are located near each device. Need assistance? Ask staff.

Printing from your own personal device

Want to send a print job from your own device? Students and staff can use the Web Print portal:

Printing and Photocopying Costs (credit is deducted after the printing is released)

JobColourSideCost per sheet
A4 and A3 print and copyBlack and whiteSingle-sided10 cents
Double-sided18 cents
ColourSingle-sided25 cents
Double-sided38 cents
Scan to student email--1 cent

Lost student ID cards

Please report the loss of your student identification card to the Student Centre so you can be issued with a replacement.

My student identification card doesn't work, why?

To use the devices you must be an enrolled student. If your card does not work, please request assistance from staff.

Can I photocopy onto overhead transparencies?

No, overhead transparencies may not be used in the devices.

Can staff members photocopy?

Yes, on presentation at the Library Service Desk with a staff identification card, Academic staff may borrow a photocopy card with credit on it for photocopying library materials.

The device has a paper jam or error

If the device displays an error message please request assistance from staff.

I released my print job but no paper was released

  • Do you have enough credit on your account to print your job?
  • Is the paper tray empty? Choose another paper tray.

Photocopy use by community members

Are you a visiting member of the wider community? You can purchase a photocopy credit voucher at the credit machine (Autoloader) on Level B.