Printing at School
King’s provides access to three photocopiers located in the library. Students need to send their print jobs to one of these three printers.
Once their print job is sent, they need to ‘release’ the job at the photocopier using their student number as a login. These are clearly signed as a reminder to the students.
Printing at Home
The simplest way to print at home using either iPad or Macbooks is via an AirPrint compatible printer. This type of printing is wireless and allows students to connect simply to a printer as long as they are within your home wifi network. There are now a wide selection of printers available that have this feature – click here for more information.
iPads will require the AirPrint feature whilst MacBook Air’s can connect the traditional way via USB. There are some sources on the web that suggest ways to make printers connected to your home computer AirPrint compatible should your printer not have this capacity.
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