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Printing, Scanning and Copying

Printing

Both black and white and colour printing are available in the Library.  Printing uses your DS-Print account and credit, which is managed centrally by the University IT Service. Credit can be added online - see the UIS instructions on buying DS-Print credit. We are not able to accept cash to add credit to accounts at the Issue Desk.

Currently Library PCs are not in use so you will need to print to our printer from your own computer or mobile device. Installation of additional software may be required. See the UIS 'How can I print?' page for guidance on configuring this service.

Scanning and Photocopying

Free scanning is available.

The Library has self-service photocopying facilities. As with printing, this uses DS-Print credit. You will need your University card to access this service.

Black-and-white photocopying costs:
  • 5p per A4 sheet
  • 10p per A3 sheet

When you are photocopying, please observe the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988. These legal guidelines are displayed by the machine.

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Opening Hours and Contact Details

Library Opening Hours and Contact

The physical Library is currently closed.

E-mail: library@classics.cam.ac.uk

Archives Opening Hours and Contact

The Archives are open to email inquiries from readers.  We are currently not able to facilitate in-person visits until further notice.

Tel: +44 (0)1223 335167
E-mail: archives@classics.cam.ac.uk

 

 

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