📣 Exciting News for Students: Printer/Copier Upgrades Ahead!

We’re in the process of saying goodbye to our old devices and saying hello to brand-new Xerox machines. 🆕✨

Starting from Monday, October 30th, we’ll begin this exciting upgrade journey in Dunfermline. 🚀

Take a peek at the info below, and you’ll be all set for seamless printing and copying with the latest tech. 🖨️📚💡

To login please use your full email address followed by your login password.

Card readers will shortly be added to this device to allow logging in using your NEC card.

This page will be updated with more information over time, so please keep an eye on this!

PLEASE NOTE: Card readers will not be available on the new printers when they are initially installed. You can still log in using your college email address and password. Card readers will be installed at a later date.

When is this happening?

Replacement Schedule Dates 

The rough schedule by which devices will be replaced on campus is published below:

Dunfermline Campus and Carnegie Conference Centre 

30/10/2023 & 31/10/2023

Rosyth & Levenmouth Campuses 


Kirkcaldy Campus  .

06/11/2023 & 07/11/2023

Glenrothes Campus  

13/11/2023 – 15/11/2023 


Get ready for some on-campus changes! The Xerox pros are rolling up their sleeves and getting to work. 🛠️

Here’s the game plan: They’ll start on the Ground Floor, then move up to the First Floor and Upper Floors. 👣🏢

But here’s the cool part: In Dunfermline, Glenrothes, and Kirkcaldy, we’re holding off on upgrading the Library printers until the very end. 📚✨ This way, you can still use the old system for any pending print jobs until we’re ready to switch things over.

And if you’re at Levenmouth or Rosyth, don’t worry. With just a few printers, the upgrade process will be a breeze! 🌟🖨️💨

Printer Software

Exciting news! 🎉 The College has upgraded to Papercut Software to make our printing experience better than ever. Here’s what you need to know: 📄💻

When you hit print from a College Desktop, Laptop, or MyDesktop, you’ll notice a bunch of printers to choose from, both color 🌈 and mono 🖤. Easy peasy! 🤩

Just look for the word ‘Papercut’ in the printer name, and you’ll know you’re in the right place. Let’s make printing a breeze! (example below)🚀🖨️

When our printers arrive, you’ll be treated to a fresh £5 print allowance! 💵✨

And here’s even better news – if you’ve got some extra balance on your old account, it’ll magically transfer to the new system once the old printers say goodbye. 🪄📜

For all the nitty-gritty details and handy user guides, keep an eye out for updates after the printer rollout. Got questions? No worries, you can reach out to digital@fife.ac.uk or swing by any of our campus libraries. We’re here to help! 📚💬🤓

Chromebook printing

Printing is a breeze, but the steps may vary depending on the app you’re using. No worries, we’ve got you covered. 📄🤓

  1. Open the page: Simply open the page you want to print.
  2. Select Your App: Different apps have different printing methods. Check out the app’s documentation for specific details.
  3. Choose Your Printer: When it’s time to print, select a “Mobility Print” printer. You’ll spot it by the PaperCut icon. 🖨️
  4. Print Away: For instance, in Microsoft Word, hit Ctrl+P, pick your printer, and hit Print.
  5. Sign In: If prompted, sign in. Easy peasy! 🖋️
iPad/iPhone printing

Mobility Print is your new best friend for printing – it’s as easy as pie! 🍰

Here’s how it works:

  1. Print as Usual: Print your stuff just like you always do. No complicated steps needed!
  2. Login: At some point, you’ll be asked for your PaperCut Username and Password. It’s all for security. 🔐

See, printing with Mobility Print is a walk in the park! 🌳📃

Own device printing

Follow this handy video guide using Papercut on your personal device.

Having problems printing?

Please visit our library area’s and ask about printing.

Contact Digital

Please contact us via digital@fife.ac.uk or 01592 223333 if you have any questions.
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