Summer 2 is fast approaching (the first classes start on June 29th!) Snell will maintain the following hours for the rest of the summer (please note that Snell will be completely closed on Monday, July 4): Circulation Desk: Sunday: 10am – 11pm Monday through Thursday: 8am – 11pm Friday: 8am – 8pm Saturday: 9am – 5pm InfoCommons: Sunday through Friday: 7:30am – 11pm Saturday: 7:30am – 5pm Library Study: Open 24 Hours, but will close at 11pm on Sunday, July 3rd and will be closed all day Monday, July 4th. As always, you must show a current NU Student/Faculty/Staff ID after the Circulation Desk closes. Enjoy summer time at Snell!
You should try wireless printing! Thanks to NU Information Services, you can download a software client to your personal computer that enables remote printing on-campus and off-campus. To get the software, log into your myNEU account while on your personal computer and follow these steps: 1. Click on the ‘Self-Service’ tab. Under the ‘Study and Course Resources,’ find the ‘Software Downloads’ link. 2. Choose ‘Virtual Print Client for Free Print Allowance System’ for your computer (Windows or Mac). 3. Follow the installation instructions. When you print your file, select the “HP BW” printer (for jobs with 30 pages or less) or “Canon High Volume” for jobs with more than 30 pages. 4. The print job will stay in queue for 36 hours, and it can be printed at one of the InfoCommons printing stations in that 36-hour period. If you have Windows, there’s the option for a 32bit client and 64bit client. Most computers will use a 32bit, but if you’re not sure which one you need, or if you have any other questions, call the Help Desk at 617-373-4357.
The new printing system is up and running in Snell Library! If you don’t know what I’m talking about, the University has rolled out a new print management system that includes Snell Library and the Infocommons. On the public computers located on all four floors of Snell Library (five including the Archives on the lower level), you may log in to the computer using your myNEU username and password and print your work. You may also print from the secure wireless network (connect to NUwave, not NUwave-guest). Your printout will be released from the printers inside or just outside the Infocommons, depending on which one you selected, with a swipe of your Husky card. There are eight (8) computers on the first floor that currently aren’t printing, even if you log in…those have signs on them so you are warned! And they should be fixed by tomorrow, 10/14. If you experience any printing problems, such as your Husky card is not working, ask at the Help Desk in the Infocommons. By the way, your 400-page quota was reset in the process of changing over to the new system, a nice lagniappe!