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Access Services at the Daniel J. Kaufman Library & Learning Center: Copiers

Photocopying at the Kaufman Library

  • The Kaufman Library has two photocopiers for public use:
    • One on the first floor, near the restrooms.
    • One on the second floor, to the left of the Reference Desk, all the way down to the windows.
  • There are two options to make photocopies:
    1. Purchase a Guest Card for $1.00 at a PHIL Station and Cave Cash funds to it.
    2. Use your Claw Card:
      • Add Cave Cash to your Claw Card at a black PHIL Station, available in Building B, Building E (Student Center) or Building 1000 (Student Housing).  You can also add Cave Cash to your Claw Card at Student Accounts in Building D.
        • The PHIL Stations take $1, $5, $10, and $20 bills only.
        • The PHIL Stations do not give change.‚Äč
      • Cave Cash can also be added to a Claw Card online via credit or debit card: 
        1. Log in to my.ggc.edu.
        2. Click on the Claw Card tab.
        3. Re-enter your username and password.
        4. On the eAccounts home screen, find the Cave Cash information window on the left-hand side of the screen.
        5. Click on the +Add Money link found in the window.
        6. Follow the instructions on the remaining screens.
        7. Once you've completed your transaction, verify your Cave Cash total on the eAccounts home screen and log out.
  • Photocopies cost 10 cents per page.  The cost will be deducted from your Claw Card or Guest Card.
  • If you need assistance with the photocopiers, please ask for help at the Circulation Desk or Information Commons Help Desk.
  • Refunds for photocopier errors can only be obtained at Student Accounts (Building D) and must be accompanied by a Copier Refund form from the Circulation Desk.
  • Faculty and staff departmental copy codes do not work on the photocopiers in the library.
  • The Kaufman Library cannot take or make change for photocopies.

Scanning at the Kaufman Library

  • You may use the public photocopiers to scan pages for free and e-mail them to yourself.
    • Instructions are provided at each photocopier.
  • The Information Commons Ricoh color printers in the Kaufman Library, in the Den (Building A), and in Building B have scanning capability.  You can use them to scan pages for free and save them to a flash drive or send them to yourself via e-mail.
  • Each Information Commons space also has an additional scanner that can be used for this purpose.
  • Ask for assistance at the Information Commons Help Desk.

FYI

How can students print at the library?

  • You will need Cave Cash on your Claw Card.
  • For more information about printing costs, see Printing/Scanning (from our Information Commons Guide), or ask for help at the Information Commons Help Desk.

Can the faculty and staff print at the library?

  • That option is not available at this time.