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Elizabeth Dafoe Library: Print, Scan & Copy

Print, Scan and Copy

 

Printers

 

Printers

Photocopier

Scanner

 

Scanning Services

Printers

The printing stations at Dafoe are located on the main floor across from the Co-Lab (behind the Service Desk. Print jobs can be sent from any public computer in the library. Cost per print is $0.10 for black & white and $1.00 for colour. 

To print from a public computer:

  1. Send your print job to either the black & white or colour printer.
  2. Remember the Workstation ID of your computer (located at the bottom right corner of the screen).
  3. Add money to your student card in the copy room across from the Service Desk.
  4. At the printing station, insert your student card and enter the Workstation ID.
  5. Select your print job from the list that appears on screen. Your card will be charged and you can retrieve your prints. 

See the service desk for assistance with printers. 

You can also send print jobs wirelessly from your laptop. For instructions on how to set up your laptop or other wireless device to print to libraries' printers please see our wireless printing instructions


 U of M Copyright Guidelines.

Photocopiers

There are two black & white photocopiers located in the copying room across from the Service Desk. Photocopies are paid for with your student card. You can charge money to your card using the machine in the copier room. Colour photocopies are not available at Dafoe Library. Colour copies can be made by with a scanner and colour print. 

Scanners

There are four flatbed scanners available in Dafoe Library. They can be found in the Microforms viewing area, at the printing station across from the Co-Lab, in the Brown Lab, and in the accessibility space behind the Service Desk. There is no fee for scanning materials.

 

Scanning Services

Elizabeth Dafoe Library offers self-serve and custom fee-based in house scanning service for faculty, staff and students of University of Manitoba as well as non-U of M affiliated researchers.

Our flatbed scanner, used for custom scanning, is equipped with a planetary camera that enables us to scan rare, fragile and large items making it possible to convert larbe maps maps, delicate materials and any other items for electronic use and distribution.

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Elizabeth Dafoe Library
University of Manitoba
25 Chancellors Circle
Winnipeg, Canada
R3T 2N2


ph. 204.474.9844 
fx.  204.474.7921 

dafoe@umanitoba.ca