Print, Copy, Scan

At UBC Vancouver

Copying & Printing at UBC Vancouver Libraries

UBC Pay for Print allows students, faculty and staff as well as guests to the University to pay for printing, copying and scanning across campus using a unified system of payment – the UBC Card or UBC Guest Card. Print jobs can be submitted from labs, public access computers as well as online at http://payforprint.ubc.ca.

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Students, Faculty, and Staff Visitors and Guests

Copyright

Please take note that there are copyright restrictions to photocopying, printing and scanning materials. For more information, please see UBC Copyright Guide.

Prices

Letter (8.5x11″) Paper
Black & White Colour
Photocopying 40¢
Printing 40¢

Please note:

  • All prices are per page including tax.
  • A page is defined by one side of a sheet of paper.
  • The default print setting is double-sided and you will therefore be charge 14¢ if the impression is on both sides
  • For more information on copy services by staff, see below.
  • The Library will refund photocopy costs due to the mechanical errors of photocopiers or faulty cards, but not operator error.

Printer Locations

All UBC Library branches have printing facilities with black & white, colour and double-sided printing capabilities. A list of all library public printers is here: http://services.library.ubc.ca/computers-technology/copy-print-scan/complete-list-of-public-printers/

Photocopier Locations

All UBC Library branches have photocopiers with black & white, colour and double-sided capabilities. Coin-operated copying is not available.

Special Copying

Enhanced Services

UBC Library cardholders who qualify for Enhanced Services may order photocopying by staff through UBC Library’s Document Delivery service.

Rare Books & Special Collections

Rare Books and Special Collections offers copying services to both patrons in the reading room and those unable to visit in person. Please see our Services page for information on fees. Similarly for the University Archives, please see the Copying Services and Fees page.

Other Campus Locations

  • UBC Media Group, Woodward Instructional Resources Centre and Vancouver General Hospital
  • Copyright, Lower Level, Student Union Building
  • Various businesses in the University Village (Staples, CopiesMart etc.)

Scanning

UBC Library offers scanners at all library branches, specifically:

A large format flatbed scanner is available on level 3 of the Music, Art and Architecture Library. It is capable of scanning documents up to 12.2" x 17.2".

At UBC Okanagan

Copying & Printing at UBC Okanagan Library

There is a one-stop solution for adding money to your pay-for-print account: a station located next to the photocopiers on the first floor of the library. The station allows you to add money to your account for both photocopying and printing. It accepts coins and paper and polymer bills.

Three black-and-white printers, two black-and-white photocopiers, and one colour photocopier/printer are available for student use. For instructions on double sided printing and other green printing tips, see our Green Printing Guide.

Copyright

Please take note that there are copyright restrictions to photocopying, printing and scanning materials. For more information, please see UBC Copyright Guide.

Prices

Letter (8.5x11″) Paper
Black & White Colour
Photocopying 29¢
Printing 29¢

Please note:

  • All prices are per page including tax.
  • A page is defined by one side of a sheet of paper.
  • The Library will refund photocopy costs due to the mechanical errors of photocopiers or faulty cards, but not operator error.

Photocopy PIN

You will need your photocopy PIN to make photocopies. To find it, log in to the Computer Lab Support website using your student number and birth date (MM/DD/YY).

Scanning

There are three scanner stations available for student use on the main floor of the library. Additional on-campus scanners are located in ART 180 and FINA 141.

Copyright

Please take note that there are copyright restrictions to photocopying, printing and scanning materials. For more information, please see UBC Copyright Guide.

source: http://wiki.ubc.ca/Library:Photocopying_&_Printing