Printing, Scanning and Copying in University Libraries
It is possible to print from a range of devices in the Library, including iPads, iPhones, Macs, Android phones and tablets, Windows 8 tablets, student desktop PCs, laptops and other mobile devices.
As long as you are using the unisa wireless network, you will be able to print from anywhere on campus. You can then collect your printing from any printer in any University Libraries (even on a different campus).
Students will need to use their student ID cards in order to collect their printing in University libraries and both photocopying and colour printing are covered by the UniSA student printing allowance. If your card does not log you on to the Library printers when you try to photocopy or collect your printing, please visit Campus Central to get your card updated, otherwise check you have sufficient print quota.
The printers do not print your documents until you are ready to collect them, and remain in the queue for a maximum of 8 hours. They can be collected at any of the printers and will be printed when you tap your ID card at your chosen printer.
Details on your student print allowance are available on the Printing allowance page.
Click here to learn about printing at the Jeffrey Smart Building.
A series of sets of instructions have been produced and are available using the links below. If you have any issues, please contact the IT Help Desk for further advice.
You can manage printing sent to the Follow You print queue in UniSA libraries. See these instructions for more details.
If you have forgotten or misplaced your ID card, you can log on manually. See these instructions for more details.
If you want to check your balance, you can do this on the printer/copier too. Watch this video for more details.