Computers, Scanners, Printers
All computers run on Windows 10, are equipped with Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft Office desktop applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Endnote, and several other software applications. All public workstations print by default to BluePrint public printer located on the first floor.
You can print in black and white or in color from any public workstations or your own laptop computer to a BluePrint/PaperCut printing cluster located on the first floor of the Library.
To log into your PaperCut user page with a Yale NetID, click here. If you do not have a Yale NetID, you may create a guest account.
Download PaperCut for Windows or Mac.
To release jobs from your IOS device, click here (must be connected to YaleSecure) (Please note: this link is intended for use with mobile devices only. If you need to release a print job from a Mac or PC, you should use the web print option that is available on your PaperCut user page.)
- BW = $ 0.10 per image for the 1st side and $ 0.02 per image for the 2nd side.
- Color = $ 0.25 per image for each side.
N.B. Print jobs are available for release from any BluePrint printer on campus. However, after two (2) hours they are purged (at no cost) and need to be re-submitted.
Public scanners are located on the Library's first floor (next to the public printer) and ground floor. (facing the stacks). All scanning is self-service and free of charge.
To photocopy or scan a document from a PaperCut/BluePrint cluster: (1) Wave your Yale Photo ID card in front of the sensor (or use the login/logout key on the control panel); (2) On the screen, select Use Device Function, then Copy or Scanner; (3) Press the START button; (4) Pay attention to the blinking message that says After scanning last original, press #; (5) When you are done copying or scanning, press the Other Function button on the left-hand side control panel, and Logout.
Library patrons who make use of photocopying facilities are expected to abide by the regulations of the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code). Any violations of the Copyright Law at self-service machines are the responsibility of the reader and are not the responsibility of the Yale Divinity School Library.