As of April 2, all Western Libraries locations are closed for a four-week period. In alignment with Western University and the province-wide shutdown due to COVID-19, Western Libraries locations are closed for studying and faculty and community access. Visit our COVID-19 page for details on the library services available during this time.

Print, Copy, Scan

You can print, copy, and scan at all our library locations. To print or photocopy documents, you’ll need to set up a PaperCut account. Scanning is free.

PaperCut

You can set up an account and add funds with PaperCut.

Get started with PaperCut

Printing Help

Print documents from your personal device, a library computer, with a USB flash drive, and more.

Learn more about printing

Scanning

There is a 15 MB limit for scanning to email, but no limit scanning to a USB.

Print and Scanner Stations

Instructions for how to print, copy, and scan materials are available at each of the print stations and staff are available at the service desk to help you.

A list of library locations and the number of printers and scanners available.
Library Location Print, Copy, Scan Station Stand Alone
Document Scanner
Micro Scanner
Archives & Research Collections Centre, Reading Room 1 * No 2
C.B. "Bud" Johnston Library Main Floor
1
No No
Education Resource Centre No No No
John & Dotsa Bitove Family Law Library Main Floor
2
Main Floor
2
No
Music Library Second Floor
Talbot College
3
No Second Floor Talbot College
1
Allyn & Betty Taylor Library Main Floor
3

Collaborative Learning Centre
1
No
The D.B. Weldon Library Main Floor
6

No Main Floor (behind Spencer Gallery)
3
Map & Data Centre Ground Floor
Weldon Library
1
Ground Floor
Weldon Library
(Map & Data Use Only)
1
No

Additional Western print, copy, and scan services

Copyright

Western faculty, staff and students are creators of material that is subject to the protections of the Canadian Copyright Act. Every day, we also use the copyright-protected material of others in the course of our research, teaching and learning. The law and its application by Canadian courts serve to strike an equitable balance between these creator and user rights. Accordingly, each of us has both privileges and obligations that arise from Canadian copyright law itself and as it has been interpreted and applied by the courts.

For more information about copyright, as well as links to copyright resources and tools, visit Copyright@Western.

 

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