Answered By: Dartmouth Library Last Updated: Jul 14, 2017 Views: 109
Visitors can print documents only by using one of the Library's public computers, which have the GreenPrint software that is necessary to use the campus printing system. Any files on a visitor's personal computer that need to be printed have to be transferred to one of the Library's public computers in order to print them.
Visitors need to purchase a print card at the Baker Circulation Desk (see the middle column, "Guest Copying and Printing in Baker-Berry"). The print card will have a user ID & password that you can use to send and retrieve your print jobs. For the location of GreenPrint stations, look in the left column ("GreenPrint") of this web page.
If you have convenient access to a printer at home or elsewhere, you may find it easier to save any documents to a USB flash drive or file storage service (e.g., Drop Box) for printing elsewhere.