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The Betty & Gordon Moore Library

 

Networked Copier-Printer

The main library copier-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.

Printing

Printing requests can be sent from any pre-programmed laptop or from any UIS-Managed Cluster PCs (of which we have several on each floor).

For those sending print requests, the copier-printer location name is "UL_FindMe".

Charges

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 can be used to print, scan or photocopy. You can purchase online credit with a bank card in these places:

  • University of Cambridge card holders can purchase credit online here.
  • Other library users can purchase credit online here or via the Moore Library kiosk terminal (located alongside the MFD on the ground floor). 

Alternatively, you can also purchase a line of credit by using cash at the Moore Library Service Desk. 

 

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 except the new £1 coin and the 1p. Nor do they accept notes. Unfortunately, the units are not able to give change, so please make sure you use the correct money.

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