You can print to the PaperCut printers from a cluster computer or from your own personal computer. The PaperCut driver creates one virtual printer. When you print to that virtual printer, you can release the document at almost any PaperCut printer on campus. You won't be charged until the document is released.
In the Yale Divinity School there are two PaperCut printers, both Ricoh Aficio MP2851. One is located in the Library, on the second floor outside the elevator; the other is in the School's Computer Lab.
To release a print job, go to a PaperCut printer, wave your Yale Photo ID card in front of the sensor (or use the login/logout key on the control panel), and press Select and Release Print Jobs.
In order to release the printed document, you need to have funds in your printing account. If you don't have a Yale NetID, you can create a guest PaperCut user account.
Download and install the PaperCut Client from the Yale Software Library, choosing your operating system (Macintosh or Windows). Before clicking on the Download button, read the Installation Instructions. If you are a Mac user,
Three BookScan Stations, self-service and free of charge, are located on the Library's first floor, one outside and one inside the Library Instruction Room (L-107), and one on the ground floor, in Special Collections.
To photocopy or scan a document from a PaperCut printer: (1) Wave your Yale Photo ID card in front of the sensor (or use the login/logout key on the control panel); (2) On the screen, select Use Device Function, then Copy or Scanner; (3) Press the START button; (4) Pay attention to the blinking message that says After scanning last original, press #; (5) When you are done copying or scanning, press the Other Function button on the left-hand side control panel, and Logout.
Library patrons who make use of photocopying facilities are expected to abide by the regulations of the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code). Any violations of the Copyright Law at self-service machines are the responsibility of the reader and are not the responsibility of the Yale Divinity School Library.
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This file last modified 10/25/12
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