Spring Term has seen the successful installation of
a new photocopying service in the following 7 UCL
Institute of Archaeology
Royal Free Library
new service includes the introduction of a photocopier
with a dedicated transparency tray in each library
and colour photocopiers in both the Main and Science
Libraries. A further welcome improvement has been
the replacement of the old change machines in the
Main and Science Libraries with new modern equivalents.
Additional change machines have also been installed
in the Environmental Studies Library and the Royal
& Bottom: The new photocopiers in use
improved copy quality produced by the new photocopiers has
met with universal approval as has the introduction of a
re-chargeable copycard. Once the new card has been purchased,
the cost of copying drops so that every £1 buys 20 A4 copies
as opposed to 15 on the old system. Furthermore, when the
new system is networked it will be possible to trace lost
cards and retrieve the copycredit, provided the user has
recorded the number on the back of their card. Users can
also choose to protect their card with a P.I.N.
aid the transfer from the old to the new system, a
Photocopy Helpdesk has been set up on the ground floor
of the Science Library. The staff there can transfer
units from old-style cards to the new cards and can
also help with general photocopying queries.
arrangements have been made for short-term visitors
who, on completion of a form at the Issue Desk, can
borrow a card, charge it with the required sum and
then return the card to the Issue Desk when they have
finished their photocopying.
Grannell: one of the staff at the new Photocopying
developments will include the addition of further UCL Libraries
to the photocopying network plus the ability to use the
new copycards in the College Copyshop.