Posts Tagged: Printing

End of Semester Survival Guide for Robert W. Woodruff Library

Quiet Study Areas There are several designated Quiet Study areas throughout the Robert W. Woodruff Library. Some of these areas include the Matheson Reading Room, accessible via the Level 3 bridge, and Level 4, 5, and 8. While these areas are unable to accommodate group study and conversation, we have many other spaces available for collaboration….

Welcome KIC Bookeye book scanner

On April 8th, the LITS Student Digital Life team, in partnership with the Library Service Desk, added a new service to the Woodruff Library in the form of a KIC Bookeye book scanner. It sits across from the Library Service Desk, in place of one of the EaglePrint multi-function printers (MFP’s). The new book scanner…

EaglePrint lowers pricing across campus

This marks the first price reduction of the pay-for-print service since being introduced in the 1990’s. EaglePrint, Emory’s pay-for-print service for students, is offering lower printing rates this fall in response to student requests for more affordable printing options. While Emory has supplied a pay-for-print service for students since the 1990s, it wasn’t until summer…

Welcome EaglePrint!

In this digital age, academic life at Emory and most other universities still relies heavily on paper printing. EaglePrint was officially launched on June 1, 2015 as the next evolution of student printing at Emory. Compared to the previous years of the Student Printing service at Emory, EaglePrint is greatly simplified.  In previous years, there…