Answered By: Libguide Admin
Last Updated: Oct 11, 2018     Views: 180

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OPTION 1: Pharos Mobile Print.  It allows you to print certain content types from your iOS and Android mobile device to certain printers in the library.  It provides a means to "email" documents from your mobile device to be printed at a release station in the library.  The mobile interface will also allow you to check your account and alter your print jobs before they are printed.  When you click to print, your document gets printed immediately, so be near the printer when you print.  Below are more details to get you started, but please visit our complete Mobile Print Libguide for more information.

Formats you can print: Disallowed types include but are not limited to:

Microsoft Word

URL Links
Microsoft Excel Emails
Microsoft PowerPoint Web Pages
PDFs Document types not listed
Images  
Text Files (CVS, RTF, TXT)  
Microsoft Visio  

Getting Started

The LLU Print Center is a portal to manage Pharos printing on campus.  Active LLU, LLUMC and affiliated LLUH people with LLUH identification badges have access to the LLU Print Center.  From the LLU Print Center, you can:

  • Review the list of your print jobs waiting to be printed.
  • Review past print activity,
  • Check on your funds balance
  • Alter color, duplexing, page printing and copies to some print jobs waiting in the queue.
  • Select and release print jobs to designated printers.  

The URL for the LLU Print Center: https://lluprint.llu.edu/myprintcenter/.  Login with your LLUH username and password (same as email).  

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Printing: 

When using your mobile device to print an item, you will need to be able to share the item via a email.  The list of supported document formats:

  • Microsoft Word
  • Excel
  • PowerPoint
  • PDF
  • images
  • Text (CSV, RTF & TXT)
  • Visio

The email for LLU mobile printing is mobileprint@llu.edu

After you have sent the item, you will receive a confirmation email that the item is ready to be printed.  The available places to release your mobile print job are:

  • Two copiers in the University Library, 3rd floor
  • The Centennial copier on 2nd floor between the ampitheaters
  • [Pharmacy Students] - Two printers in the Pharmacy Lab
  • [Pharmacy Students] - CVS student lounge printer
  • [Medicine Students] - Hadley student lounge printer
  • [Medicine Students] - PDX printer
  • [Medicine Students] - Alumni Pathology printer

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iOS:

Pharos has released an iOS app to management mobile printing.  This app does not release/print documents but it provides a means to send your documents to the printer queue for later release.  

Apple App store logo Pharos Print

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Android: Pharos Print

OPTION 2

Install software to communicate with the printer.  Choose the appropriate package for the Del Webb Library Group, your operating system, and for black and white, or color printing at http://fishersisland.llu.edu/uniprint/Packages.asp.  

Once you have downloaded the software, go to File and click on print. If you want a black and white print, it should say, “Del Webb Reference Printer 1” Click OK. It will ask you for your name and a name for your print job . Type in anything you’ll recognize, such as your initials. You’ll need to purchase a print card, or add money to your ID downstairs to release your job. It’s 8 cents a page for black and white copies. At the print station (table in the center with one computer on it), swipe your card in the card reader (small black box on the table) with the magnetic strip on the bottom. You will see everyone’s print jobs on the screen. Locate yours using the name you gave it, click on it to choose it, then click on print. Your print job will come out at that printer.

Other ways to contact us

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