Can I check out equipment?
The CTLT recently revised its policies and as of Fall 2013 will no longer be checking out equipment to faculty and students. If you're a professor looking for a bundle of materials to be checked out by your class, we suggest you contact CTLT@goucher.edu or call 410.337.6322 for further assistance.
Can I have the CTLT print a poster for my room or for a class?
Unfortunately the CTLT no longer offers poster printing services for personal uses. We can, however, refer you to professional printing companies that can do the job. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like a referral.
How does printing in the Athenaeum work?
The CTLT recently changed to a new swipe-to-print system in the Athenaeum. Instead of sending your document directly to the printer, your job is sent to a virtual "cloud" (Goucher_Print or Goucher_ColorPrint) where it is held in a queue for two hours. You can print your print jobs by locating a swipe-to-print printer in the orange pod or on the 4th floor, logging in by swiping your OneCard or using the keypad, and selecting the jobs you wish to print. Don't forget to log out of the printer when you're done!
What is the maximum amount of pages students are allowed to print at a time?
Patrons using our public printers are only allowed to print up to 50 pages and 10 copies at a time at a multi-function printer. Although there is no limit to the amount of pages that patrons my copy or scan, we ask that everyone keep their copy/scan jobs to a maximum of 5 minutes in the Information Commons to prevent lines and backups.
What do I do if I have a large copy or print job that exceeds 10 copies or 5 minutes?
Please take large or multiple jobs to the fourth floor print/copy/scan station (located near the library exit) or to the Dorsey Print Center. Large copy jobs will prevent other students from printing.
Can I take my laptop to the CTLT for repairs?
We can help you connect your laptop to the Goucher wireless network, along with other common troubleshooting questions. For repairs that require maintenance service (e.g. new harddrive, broken screen), we'll refer you to a third-party computer repair vendor. Due to liability issues we can no longer service major repairs on-campus.