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Scanning

Where Can I Scan Documents?

Exchange District Campus Library

  • The multi-function printer PSCLIB_PRT4 in the second floor library has the ability to scan.
  • You will be able to scan to USB stick or send your scan to an email address.

Notre Dame Campus Library

  • NDC_LIB_EQ_Copier (the colour copier) allows scanning to USB and to Email.
  • In addition, there is a stand-alone table scanner on a workstation in the front area of the library.

Is There a Cost/Charge/Fee?

  • RRC Polytech has now implemented a $0.04/page scanning fee at all on site printers and copiers. 
  • There is a stand-alone table scanner on a workstation in the front area of the library where no charges are incurred.

Instructions: Scanning to Email

Scanning is only allowed to your RRC email.

Step 1

Login to the system

Username: <your HUB username>
Password: <your HUB password>

Or

Swipe your student card in the card reader.

Step 2

Click on the Email button.

Printer pannel with arrow pointing to the email onscreen button.

Click on the 'Add Me +' button.

Note: If you don't click the Add Me button and manually put in your RRC email address, scanning will fail.
Note: The system will only allow you to email to your RRC address.  All other email addresses will fail.

Step 3

Press the Start button to scan.

Image of the front panel with arrow pointing to the start button

You can either use the automatic feeder, or lift the lid and manually scan your document.

Step 4

Wait for the system to say the process has been completed.

Step 5

Click the Log in/out button.

Click Logout on the screen.

Instructions: Scanning to USB

There is a port on the front of the printer/scanner that you can plug a USB stick into.  If the USB stick isn't recognized, then the formatting isn't compatible with the scanner/copier.

Step 1

Login to the system

Username: <your HUB username>
Password: <your HUB password>

Or

Swipe your student card in the card reader.

Step 2

Insert USB stick into the printer.

Select the button that says scan to USB.

PIcture of printer with arrow pointing to USB port.

Step 3

Press the Start button to scan.

Image of the front panel with arrow pointing to the start button

You can either use the automatic feeder, or lift the lid and manually scan your document.

Step 4

Wait for the system to say the process has been completed.

Step 5

After you are done, you can remove your USB stick.

Step 6

Click the Log in/out button.

Click the Logout button on the screen.