Printing, scanning and photocopying in libraries

Can I print, scan and photocopy documents in libraries?

Answer ID 681 | Last updated on 20/01/2023 04.19 PM

UWA staff and students can print documents in any library using the library computers, or with your own device using WebPrint when you are connected to Unifi.

After you have selected a job to print, your document is sent to a queue accessible from all of our multi-function printers (MFPs) that are connected to the global print queue (only you will be able to see and retrieve your printing). Your print job only prints once you have tagged your UWA Campus Card on a MFP. Your print job will be held for up to 12 hours in the secure global queue before it is deleted.

Note: for best results, we recommend only selecting one print job at a time at the MFP. Using the 'select all' function can result in lengthy delays. Please see our how to print guide for other handy tips.

Pay for photocopying and printing using your UWA Campus Card. It costs 5c per A4 page to photocopy or print in black and white. There are additional charges for colour photocopying and larger formats.

You can use the autoloader machines in the libraries to add money to your card. Autoloaders accept EFTPOS, and some accept gold coins too. Please be aware that there are no money changing facilities on campus.

You may also add printing and copying credit to your UWA Campus Card online. Log in with your Pheme details. Make sure your pop-ups are enabled. Use your VISA or Mastercard credit or debit card to add credit.

More information is available on the printing, copying and scanning web page. If you need help with printing, scanning or photocopying, please see the friendly Information Desk staff in your library.

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