Printing In Our Labs
Printing from a multimedia lab computer
It is recommended all users review the Print Preview for documents and web print outs to ensure the proper content is being printed and there are no blank pages at the end. When you print, a Print Job Details dialog box will prompt asking for a Name and Password. This is specific to that individual print out and there are no restrictions on what may be entered here, as long as it is at least one character long, then click Print. A message in the system tray will appear indicating how many pages were sent to the printer and the cost of the print job.
Visit any printer in that multimedia lab location and swipe your Loyola ID at the touch screen release station. Jobs will populate, sorted by date and the username that was logged into the workstation. Select the print job with the name you previously chose and enter the password associated to it (if you printing using OnePrint it will also prompt for your username). The cost will be listed prior to clicking print at the release station, if this is correct and you have sufficient funds, click Done to release the print job from that printer. If this job was erroneous or you wish to cancel it, click Cancel and it will be removed from the print queue without any deduction from your Loyola ID. If the print job has not been released after two hours, it will automatically be deleted from the print queue.
Intellectual property and copyright policy guidelines
In addition to the policies and procedures listed on our Policies and Procedures section, all users of Digital Media Services are bound by the following policies and guidelines as established by Information Technology Services at Loyola University Chicago. For more information on copyright policies and laws, you may visit the following links:
- Acceptable Use Policy for Electronic University Resources
- Acceptable Use Policy for University Computing Labs
- Digital Millennium Copyright Act
- Ownership and Use of Data
- Peer-to-Peer File Sharing Programs
- Rights and Responsibilities When Using Electronic University Resources