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The Betty & Gordon Moore Library

 

Photocopier-Scanner-Printer

The main library photocopier-scanner-printer (or Multi-Functional Device - MFD) is located on the ground floor and is available to current University of Cambridge staff and students, non-University members and Alumni.

To use this machine you will need a DS (Desktop Services) account. For current staff and students, this is available from, and is administered by, the University Information Service - details of the service and copies of the account application form are available online. For non-University members and Alumni, an account will be issued upon registration at the main University Library building.

Charges are as follows:

Scanning

  • £0.04 - All Types

Photocopying

  • £0.08 - A4 Black & White
  • £0.12 - A4 Colour
  • £0.16 - A3 Black & White
  • £0.20 - A3 Colour

Printing

  • £0.08 - A4 Black & White
  • £0.12 - A4 Colour
  • £0.16 - A3 Black & White
  • £0.20 - A3 Colour

 

Desktop Services (DS) Account Printer Credit

DS account printer credit may be purchased using a bank card at the Moore Library kiosk terminal. The terminal is located alongside the MFD on the ground floor. Using your bank card, you can also purchase credit online, Alternatively, you can also purchase a line of credit by using cash at the Moore Library Service Desk. Credit can be used to print, scan or photocopy.

 

Coin-Operated Photocopiers

There are two coin-operated photocopiers located on the lower-ground floor.

Insert coins into the unit attached to the left-hand side of each photocopier in order to activate the machine.

Charges are as follows:

  • £0.10 - A4 Black & White
  • £0.20 - A3 Black & White

The copiers accept most British coins (namely £2, £1, 50p, 20p, 10p, 5p, 2p) but not notes. Unfortunately, the units are not able to give change, so please make sure you use the correct money.

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