Answered By: Your Library Team
Last Updated: Sep 30, 2017     Views: 34

We have low-level accessible printers and photocopiers with scanning capabilities at each library site.

  • Western Bank Library: Level 4 Main Room  
  • Diamond: library Connect Level 0
  • IC
  • RHH
  • NGH

We also provide access to Optical character recognition (OCR) scanners. These scanners allow you to convert printed characters into digital text, allowing you to edit the scanned document in a word processing program. The scanners are located next to the Text enlarger workstations at each site.

Paper in various colours is available for students with additional support requirements, who find copying and printing on coloured paper helpful. Please ask what paper is available at any of the library counters.

If you have a library Support Worker, they may be able to help you with printing, photocopying and scanning. You can find more information at our Additional support: Photocopying, printing and scanning webpage.

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