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Scanning and Printing at the Engineering Library

Provided by Creative Communications

Locations: printers| scanners


    • A BookScan station is located on the first floor. Scan your book or document and send the file via email, print it (pay with a HuskyCard or DawgPrints card) or save to a USB drive.

      Scanning options:

        • To a USB (flash drive - cannot be Mac-formatted drive)
        • To a print station
        • To email (non-UW users should ask staff for a Temporary NetID)
        • To mobile device
        • To Google Drive
      • Three  flatbed scanners are located on the 3rd floor in the ELIC Computer Lab.
        • UWNetID is required to use the ELIC scanners.


        From a Library workstation:

        • There is a black & white printer located on the first floor of the Engineering Library. The printer is able to print the following sizes of paper: 8.5" x 11", 8.5" x 14", 11" x 14". (Color printing is not available at the Engineering Library. Color printing is available at Suzzallo/Allen and OUGL)
        • To use this printer send your document to the Engineering Library printer in your software's print function. Default setting is for double-sided printing.
        • Payment for printing requires money in your Husky Card account or a Dawg Prints card. Cash payment is not possible.
        • A copy card dispensing machine is located on the first floor. A copy card can be purchased from this machine for $5.00 (no change is available.)
        • Money can be added to your Husky Card account online with a credit card or with cash at the HUB.

        Mobile/Wireless printing:

        To print from a mobile device, you must have a UW NetID.

        1. Login to print.uw.edu
        2. Upload your document(s)
        3. Print jobs can then be retrieved at any Dawg Prints location
        Mobile Print FAQ


          The BookScan station and printer in the UW Libraries are maintained by UW Creative Communications.
          Email: c2info@uw.edu with any comments or questions.