Copying & Printing
COPY/PRINTING SERVICES consists of one digital color copier and one b&w printer located in the Copy Room. B&W copies are $0.05 each and color copies are $0.15. IOU's will not be accepted. The digital copier also serves as a printer and as a scanner. Items scanned can be emailed (no charge). Files on a flash drive can be uploaded and printed.
Transparencies are permitted. However, in order to copy onto a transparency the "Paper Select" setting must be changed to the Bypass tray. To do so select "Job Detail Settings", then select "Paper Select" then select the image of a hand then select OK. Put the transparency in the bypass tray. Put the original on the copier and select either b&w or color as needed. After the transparency is made reset the "Paper Select" to "8 1/2 X 11 Plain". The cost is the same as for paper prints but the patron must supply his/her own transparencies.
The library printer and the color copier, when used as a printer, will automatically deduct the amount (either $0.05 or $0.15) per page from the student's printing credits. The color printer default setting is "Automatic".
Additional printing credits may be purchased in amounts of $2, $5 or $10 by currently enrolled TMC and TMS students who have paid the $75 technology fee. Printing credits may be purchased at the circulation desk. For more details on student printing credits see Student Printing Information.
Patrons who do not have printing credits (residents, TMC/TMS alumni, TMC/TMS students who have not paid the technology fee) must purchase a $2 print credit card and must be logged on as a "guest" in order to print. For more instructions on printing in the library as pertaining to guests, please see a library staff member.
CAUTION: When using these or any other duplicating equipment in the library the user must recognize that the copyright law of the United States (Title 17 U.S. Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted materials. The person using this equipment is liable for any infringement.
Last updated August 2011