ITS has replaced the printers with paper decks in Davis Library 142, 242 and 303 along with the two in Armstrong library. The new devices are Konica Minolta multi-function copier/printers. They look very similar to the Library_Color printers in LIB 142 and Armstrong lower level, but they only print in black and white. We have removed all print-release stations since users can now log into Papercut using the touch screen on the device. Signage has been posted on the wall above each machine providing the new instructions.
Telephone service at the Snow Bowl was restored last evening, 1/19/16. 802-443-SNOW (7669)
The Snow Bowl telephone system is out of service until some parts can be replaced – either later this afternoon or tomorrow, January 20. If you need to contact them by phone in the mean time, the back up telephone number is 388-2871.
The campus telephone system had a large data loss over the weekend. Our vendor is adding back the data, but it will take several hours to do so. At present the following functions are affected.
- Extensions that were newly assigned or changed location since June 2012 may have no dial tone or are not assigned to the correct location.
- Incoming calls not answered are diverting to the main campus voice mail greeting instead of an individual’s personal voice mailbox.
- Outgoing toll calls cannot be made by dialing 9. A telephone authorization code is required.
Another update will be posted later this evening.
ITS Telephone Services
Information Technology Services updated some printing services over the summer:
Visit go/howtoprint to view our updated instructions on how to print to a public printer
- Cash Cards replace credit cards.
In the event you need to increase your print page quota, PaperCut cash cards have replaced the online credit card system. Purchase cards at Wilson Café in Davis Family Library, MiddXpress in McCullough, or the College Store in Proctor Hall.
LIS installed a new black & white printer and a release station for student use in Chateau 001 lower level study lounge. The PaperCut print queue name is CHT001. A list of all public printer locations can be found at http://go/print
This summer LIS installed a public printer located in the MiddXpress convenience store in the McCullough Student Center. It is a black and white combination printer, copier, and scanner, and the PaperCut queue name is MiddXpress. A list of all public printer locations can be found at http://go/print
The color copier in room 142 of Davis Library has been reconfigured to also provide color printing for students. The PaperCut queue is LIB_PUBLIC_COLOR1. The Xerox printer outside Wilson Media Lab will only be used as a back-up if the machine in 142 is down for any reason. The Xerox queue has been renamed LIB_PUBLIC_COLOR2.
Students can now use their PaperCut quota for copying in addition to printing. Those students who surpass their quota can re-charge their accounts online in the PaperCut system using a credit card. For instructions, see this link: http://mediawiki.middlebury.edu/wiki/LIS/Student_Printing_and_Quotas
In Davis Family Library, there is a black & white copier in room 242 and in 303, plus a color copier in room 142. A color copier In the lower level of Armstrong Library will be available the week of September 12.
Guests, and students without credit cards who need to re-charge their accounts, can use the system by purchasing cash cards. See the instructions at the above link for more information.