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Printing in the LLC

Print assignments, lecture notes, course syllabi, you name it – in the Library & Learning Commons (LLC). To do so, you must have value on your RaiderCard account, as the printers do not have coin-ops.Student using printer

When printing from a personal device, follow these instructions.

When printing from a networked computer, click [Print] and choose either the [Find_Me_Gray on Papercut] or the [Find Me Color on Papercut] printer.  Do you need single- or double-sided prints? Follow the computer screen prompts. Your document goes into Papercut’s print queue and stays there for the next hour.

With RaiderCard in hand, proceed to a library printer.  If you chose the [Find Me Color on Papercut] option,  use the color printer located in the center of the LLC’s first floor; otherwise any printer will do. Slide your RaiderCard to start the print process and up will pop the documents sent to the queue.  Follow screen prompts – and be sure to [Log off] when you are through.

All library employee are able to help if you need it!

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Are You RaiderCard Ready?

RaiderCard imageIf you’re new to GRCC, be sure to get your RaiderCard loaded with value so it’s ready to use.  In the Library, use it to check out library materials, course reserves, laptop computers, headphones, etc. – all free services, BTW.  Use your RaiderCard to pay for printing / copying – not just in the Library but everywhere on campus. There are no coin-ops on any printers – you must use your RaiderCard.

Check out all the ways you can use your RaiderCard on-campus – or off-campus.

Add value to your RaiderCard using the machines founds in most GRCC buildings, or, online. (HINT: Tell your Mom, Dad, favorite aunt or uncle, etc. about how they can donate to your RaiderCard account as a Welcome to College gift!)

 

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Wireless Printer Driver Issue Identified

Laptops running Windows 10 and MacBook Pros running the latest iOS do not currently interact with GRCC’s wireless printing driver.  IT is working on this issue.  Until a “driver fix” is available, send  the document (email, download from cloud or flash drive) to a GRCC hard-wired / networked computer and print from there. We will alert you via this blog when the new driver is available. Find a link to the wireless printer drivers on the Library’s website under [Resources].Wireless printer driver link graphic

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