Printing & Copying
Cardinal Stritch University uses PaperCut, an eco-friendly print management solution. Students are allotted 400 print counts per semester; each black-and-white page is one count and each color page is five counts. Additional print counts may be purchased in the library for $0.10 each. All library computers use PaperCut software. Each time a student prints, they are alerted of their print count and must confirm the print job.
The library has three black and-white printers, two high-quality color printers, and two multifunction color printers. All computers in the library can print to at least one black-and-white and one color printer.
The library has two multifunction printers that are capable of photocopying. One is located on the first floor near the reference desk, and one is located on the second floor outside of the computer lab (210). Copies are $0.10 per page and require a Stritch ID card. Students can add money for copies to their Stritch ID at the circulation desk.
The library has two multifunction printers that are capable of scanning to email. One is located on the first floor near the reference desk, and one is located on the second floor outside of the computer lab (210). The library also has two small scanners that are directly connected to computers. One is located on the north wall of the first floor, and one is on the north wall of the second floor. There is no charge for scanning.
There is one microfiche/microfilm reader in the library, which is located on the first floor. Microform documents can be scanned and saved digitally and printed from this workstation.
There is an adaptive technologies work area on the first floor that is equipped with the following software and hardware. Patrons can inquire at the reference desk for assistance in using these tools.
- MAGic screen magnification software: up to 16x computer screen magnification and color adjustments for visually impaired individuals.
- JAWS screen reading software: screen reader that uses a voice synthesizer to output the content of the computer screen to audio speakers.
- Kurzweil 1000 scanning and reading software: makes printed and electronic material accessible to visually impaired individuals; printed pages may be scanned and converted to a version that the software can read aloud while electronic files can simply be opened and read.
- myReader 2 video magnifier: Auto-reader for low vision that allows users to take images of book or magazine pages and myReader2 rearranges the text onscreen.