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Engineering -- ENGR110/112

How to use library services and resources for new engineering students.

Printing FAQ

Printing is available from all the computer workstations and loaned laptops in the Mearns Centre for Learning. Wireless printing to the print station is also available. See locations of photocopiers and printers.

Please note that print jobs sent to the print stations are held for two hours only. After that time they're automatically deleted.

The black and white printers offer:

  • Letter-size paper
  • $0.12 per side prints
  • Double-sided copies (default setting)

The colour printers offer:

  • Letter size paper
  • Legal size paper (LIBR_MM printer only)
  • Double-sided colour copies (default setting)
  • $0.40 per page

Printing is paid for with funds on your UVic ONECard Flex account. For more information how to print, visit Printing FAQs

Photocopying FAQ

To use the Libraries photocopiers and microform reader-printers, you'll need to buy a copycard. These cards are reusable and have no expiry date.

Copycards are available at the McPherson Library and Priestly Law Library loan desks. Value can be added to copycards in one dollar denominations from $1 to $50. Any value remaining on the copycard is not refundable.

To care for your copycard:

  • Do not bend, scratch or write on the card.
  • Do not try to pull the card out of the card reader.
  • Keep the card away from heat and magnetic fields.

Please return empty cards to the Main Loan desk for proper recycling.  For more information on photocopiers, visit the Photocopying FAQs

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