Where can I make photocopies?
Photocopying has been replaced by Scan to Print. See Scan to Print for more information.
How Do I Learn New Software Programs Using the Learning Express Library
The Learning Express Library offers a variety of tools for learning how to use popular software programs like Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and Microsoft Power Point. The courses are self-paced and completed in modules, so you can choose the content you would like to focus on. This video shows you how to access the Learning Express […]
Does the library have any color copiers?
The library does not have any color copiers, but we do have color printers on the 2nd floor and the 4th floor of Alden. You can scan your document using one of the library’s scanners, and then print the document to a color printer. For more information, please visit the page about printing.
How much does it cost to print at the library?
For printing rates, see Printing. Students: review your print history at myprintcenter.ohio.edu, or review the history of charges to your Bobcat Cash at www.ohio.edu/onecard. Faculty, staff, and guests: to review your history or add value online, log in to eAccounts at www.ohio.edu/onecard/printing, following the instructions on the back of your Guest Printing Card.
How do I print from my own laptop?
Library patrons may print on the wireless network with their personal laptops. Instructions for: Students Faculty and Staff
Where can I print a poster?
If you want to print a poster, contact Printing and Graphic Services (740-593-1930).
Does the library have copies of Microsoft Office or other software, that I can check out for free?
Unfortunately, the library does not have copies of Microsoft Office products that students may checkout for free. For current information about acquiring Microsoft products or other software, visit the Office of Information Technology’s software page.
Where do I find the template for formatting my dissertation or thesis?
The Ohio University Graduate College has a website with templates for each of the colleges.