Digital Services at Coventry University provides printing, copying and scanning facilities, in full colour and black & white (mono). These multifunctional devices are available on each floor of the Library.
How to print, copy or scan?
If you are using a university device, send the document to the printer called 'My Print'. If you are using our own device, go to https://myprint.coventry.ac.uk. At this stage, select whether you want black and white, colour, single or double-sided or A3 coursework.
You can retrieve your printing from any printer in the library. Login to the device by swapping your University ID Card on the green pad.
|Select Print Release.
|Select from the listed print jobs.
Or select all jobs to print all jobs listed within print queue.
Select the Bin Icon to Delete the job or Print.
Print credits will be deducted from your account.
|When finished remember to tap sign out.
|Login to the device by swapping your University ID card on the green pad.
|Load the document feeder and press Copy.
|Select Options for more copy functions.
|Select the required quantity then Copy.
|Login to the device by swapping your University ID Card on the green pad.
Choose from Scan to Email or OneDrive.
|Select Start, documents will be automatically scanned to your email inbox or to your OneDrive.
|Select Change settings to amend the default scan setting.
What does it cost?
Printing and photocopying costs are:
|Mono (Black & White)
|A4 / A3
|A4 / A3
Scan to email or OneDrive is free.
How can I pay?
The charges are taken from your print account. All Coventry University students are given £25 per academic year for printing (equates to 2500 printer credits). You can purchase more credits online, via the Web Print Portal if you need to, or double clicking on the FollowMe icon (IMG) on your desktop if you print from any PCs in the Library.
Further help and instructions can be found next to the printers/photocopiers, on the Digital services webpage or ask at the enquiry desk on the second floor in the library and a member of staff will be happy to help. You can also consult the printing and scanning knowledge articles by Digital Services.