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Printing, Scanning & Photocopying

Using cameras, computers, and other equipment in the Social Work Library

Printing, Scanning and Copying in the Social Work Library

The Social Work Library has three printers that are networked to our workstations and laptops.  You can also configure your own laptop to print wirelessly to our library printers by following these instructions.

You can print 500 pages per semester for free. To print over 500 pages, you will need to add money to your Eagle Bucks account and use that. You will be charged 3 cents per page.  Two pages, printed double-sided, are charged as one page.  Please see the BC Student Printing Policy for more information.

The Social Work Library has an easy-to-use KIC scanner that allows you to email your scanned file (to a BC email) or to download it onto a flash drive.   Scanning is free of charge.  Many students take advantage of each semester's free printing by scanning and printing materials, rather than photocopying them.

O'Neill library has one photocopier.  For BC students using Eaglebucks, copies are $.10 per copy. You can add funds using the Agora Portal.

Printing, Scanning and Copying Elsewhere on Campus

All BC Libraries have self-service printing, scanning and photocopying.  A color printer is available at O'Neill Library; use the "BCColorPrintQueue" option when printing and go to O'Neill Library to release and print the job. For color printing the cost per page is $0.50. For large color printing jobs we recommend using Collegiate Press, located in the basement of Carney. Collegiate Press can also assist with large, professional printing and copying jobs.

You can also request copies of articles from books and journals that are not available online.  A PDF of the article will be made available to you online, usually within 24 hours.  You will receive an email when it is ready. This service is free of charge, even if BC has a physical copy elsewhere on campus.  Log into Interlibrary Loan/Document Delivery and complete the "Copy Request" form. 

For more information, please see BC Libraries Document Services.