When you run out of credit, MFDs will display a “credit too low” message and your documents will not print.
To top-up your balance online, visit: https://printmanage.abdn.ac.uk/
- On classroom PCs, access the PrintManage system by using the Desktop shortcut
- On personal laptops/PCs, go to https://printmanage.abdn.ac.uk/ and switch user to Use another account
You will need to log in to the system using your username (e.g. u01abc01) and password. All payments are made in exact multiples of £1 and minimum payment is £5 with maximum payment being £20.
Cash payments can be made in person in the following locations:
- Medical Library (Foresterhill): Issue Desk
- The Sir Duncan Rice Library: Hardback Café
- Students’ Union Building (formerly known as “The Hub”): The Bear Essentials shop
To check your balance:
Swipe your card on the MFD and tap the Pull Print icon. At the top left of the window you will see your name, the number of documents in your printing queue and the amount of credit remaining in your account.
Note: Remember to not top-up more than you need; remaining amounts are not refunded.
Staff & Research Postgraduates:
Your department may pay for your printing costs. Please check whether your department requires a limit to be set on your printing.
For more information see: www.abdn.ac.uk/it/student/print/index.php#panel1234
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Once the exams are over, many taught postgraduate students will be turning their attention to their dissertations or projects and the Library is here to help you with a series of workshops that cover the research process from choosing where and how to search for high quality sources to ensuring that your referencing is as good as it can be.
There are three workshops on offer and they will be taking place from the 20th to the 22nd of May. We call them Information Skills Refreshers as they aim to remind you of the best ways to use our resources and services as you embark on such a large piece of work. The three workshops are:
- Part 1 – Starting your dissertation research. Covers planning, using Primo to find print and electronic books and how to get the best out of search engines such as Google
- Part 2 – Going further with your dissertation research. Covers how to identify, access and use the most suitable academic databases to find research level material in your subject. Also introduces RefWorks, a software to help you manage your references and write your dissertation or project.
- Part 3 – Managing your dissertation research. Carries on from Part 2, going into more detail on referencing and using RefWorks, as well as touching on how best to avoid possible accusations of plagiarism.
PLEASE NOTE: RefWorks is of limited use to those using Footnote referencing styles, such as OSCOLA. Subject specialists from the library will be on hand to give support and advice.
To find out more about the workshops and to book a place please visit www.abdn.ac.uk/coursebooking and look for Library Information Skills. Be sure to read the important information about each course before booking.