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Cascadilla School Library Day (Fall 2018): Print, Copy & Connect

Introduction to doing research at Cornell for students of the Cascadilla School
guides.library.cornell.edu/cascadilla

Printing


Instalações da firma "Casa Portuguesa",
empresa de artes gráficas.
Fotógrafo: Mário Novais
Data de produção da fotografia: 1950
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Source:Biblioteca de Arte-Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian on Flickr

Wireless Access

While you're visiting Cornell's libraries, you can use the libraries' public computers to get into databases that Cornell licenses. This privilege does not extend off campus.

How to connect to visitor wi-fi at Cornell
Cascadilla students should use the Cornell-Visitor network

 

 

 

Image: Thomas Smillie (1843-1917). [Untitled], 1890. Cyanotype photograph. Source: Smithsonian Institution Archives on Flickr Commons

 

Printing & Photocopying

Use debit cards for printing and photocopies at the guest "MFP" printers. Scans are FREE. Bring a USB drive for saving scanned files, or email them to yourself. Follow the directions posted near photocopier/scanners for step-by-step instructions.

Further details online here.

Public Photocopier/Scanners in Olin, Kroch & Uris Libraries

Olin & Kroch Libraries:

Public photocopier/scanners are available in several locations within Olin and Kroch libraries. Photocopier/scanners will accept coins (15 cents per page), or a copycard (10 cents per page). You can also use the photocopier/scanners to scan pages for free.

  • Public photocopier/scanners are available on the Lower Level, in the stairwell next to the Libe Cafe.
  • Kroch library has a photocopier/scanner. Enter the stack level and turn right.

Uris Library

  • Public Photocopier/scanners are located on the Main Level of Uris Library (the Dean Room, main level) beyond the circulation desk. The Dean Room is on the main level, one flight up from the entrance to Uris Library.

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