Services, technology, and resources
You have more options this semester to print your documents.
Costs per side are unchanged:
|8.5” x 11”||11” x 17”|
|Black & white||10¢||20¢|
First, get your document into the MUprint queue. You can do this a few different ways:
- Choose the “MUprint Black and White” or “MUprint Color” printer when printing from a computer or other device that lets you submit jobs to a printer
- Email your PDF or image file to MUprint-BW@MiamiOH.edu or MUprint-Color@MiamiOH.edu
- Upload your PDF or image file at MUprint.MiamiOH.edu
Second, release your job at a printer.
- Use your phone to scan the QR code on the printer you’d like to use. That will open up a webpage on your phone where you can log in and release your job. This way, you never need to physically touch a printer.
- Or, swipe your Miami ID in the card reader on the side of the printer. This logs you in, and you can release your print job using the printer’s touchscreen.
- If you don’t have your Miami ID card with you, you can also log in to the printer using the touchscreen.
- You can also visit MUprint.MiamiOH.edu to view and release your job to a printer.
Public computers are available and have been spaced out for safe physical distance
New this semester: If you need access to specialty software or some computing power, we’re now offering a remote computer lab you can access from anywhere. Visit remoteLab.miamioh.edu to log in remotely to a Libraries computer from wherever you are. You’ll need to be connected to Miami’s network either by being on campus, or by logging in to Miami’s VPN.
King 112 / CIM
The Center for Information Management (CIM) is now integrated within the Libraries’ Makerspace on the third floor of King Library.
King 112, formerly CIM, is now an unstaffed, open area with computers and space to study.
The Libraries’ Makerspace is back and bigger than before on the third floor of King Library in room 303.
To ensure everyone’s safety, equipment is available by appointment only. Make an appointment
New in the Makerspace this semester:
- Full-service 3D printing (previously in B.E.S.T. Library)
- High-powered computers and analog to digital conversion equipment (previously in CIM)
- Upgrades to the A/V production studio
Librarians are available for virtual research consultations
Side note: Ask Us! live chat service for quick questions