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Printing and photocopying for visitors to ITB

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If you are not a student or staff-member at ITB, and you wish to photocopy or print, please watch this tutorial or follow these instructions:

 

Step 1: register with ITB’s Mobile Print by sending an email (from a non-ITB email address) to mobileprint@itb.ie

 

Step 2: you will receive a response email containing a 6 digit username and a 6 digit password.

 

Step 3: add credit to your account.  It costs 6c per black-and-white page or 18c per colour page.  Add credit by logging in here with the username you received by email: https://www.itb.ie/mobileprint/index.asp

 

Step 4: open a new email and attach the document you wish to print.  Email to mobileprint@itb.ie

 

Step 5: login at one of the library printers

Login

Enter your Username: in the User ID field
Enter your Password in the Password filed

Select the Login button in the bottom right of the screen.

 

Step 6: select the Follow-You Printing icon

PCC Launcher

 

Step 7: view the Documents in the Queue

Release Page

 

Step 8: select Documents to Print

by touching document name on the screen.

The selected document will be highlighted in yellow.

The area highlighted in yellow on the right contains the following details

  • Number of documents selected
  • Number of pages
  • Colour format
  • Simplex (default one sided printing)

Select Document

 

Step 9: logout to finish

Logout

 

Please note:

Kopikat 1 is a black-and-white printer.  All documents released here will be printed in black-and-white and charged at 6c per page.

Kopikat 2 and 3 are both black-and-white and colour printers.  All black-and-white documents released here will be printed in black-and-white and charged at 6c per page.  But if there is any colour in your document, the whole document will be printed in colour and charged at 18c per page.

Colour documents can be printed in black-and-white by selecting the Force B/W option before printing.  Such documents will be printed in black-and-white and charged at 6c per page.

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Further information can be found at: http://www.itb.ie/mobileprint/

Oct
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RefWorks: creating an account

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ITB Library subscribes to RefWorks: an online tool that allows you to manage and store scholarly information, and to create references / citations and bibliographies.

Any ITB student or staff member can create a RefWorks account using their ITB email address, e.g. B00000000@student.itb.ie or staff.member@itb.ie.

View tutorial or View on Moodle

 

 

View other tutorials about RefWorks here.

Oct
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RefWorks: logging into your account

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ITB Library subscribes to RefWorks: an online tool that allows you to manage and store scholarly information, and to create references / citations and bibliographies.

Your RefWorks username and password are not the same as your network password.  You will have decided on them when you created your RefWorks account.

View tutorial or View on Moodle

 

 

View other tutorials about RefWorks here.

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RefWorks: adding a reference

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ITB Library subscribes to RefWorks: an online tool that allows you to manage and store scholarly information, and to create references / citations and bibliographies.

You can import the reference information for most academic sources; therefore, you don’t need to gather and type in the information yourself, e.g. author, publisher, volume number etc.

However, you will probably need to add a reference for most non-academic sources, i.e. sources that aren’t books, journal articles, conference papers etc.   For instance, you will probably need to add a reference for most websites.

View tutorial or View on Moodle

 

 

View other tutorials about RefWorks here.

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RefWorks: importing a reference

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ITB Library subscribes to RefWorks: an online tool that allows you to manage and store scholarly information, and to create references / citations and bibliographies.

You can import the reference information for most academic sources, i.e. the information listed on ITB’s One Search, Google Scholar etc.

View tutorial or View on Moodle

 

 

View other tutorials about RefWorks here.

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