The Zug-Rotkreuz Campus library offers one multifunction copier. You find the copier in the copy room in the library.
You can print documents on our multifuntion device in the copy room. You have two options for this:
Print from USB stick
To do this, you need a copy card (library card, HSLU card) with credit and a USB stick on which the document is stored as a PDF file.
If you do not have a copy card or if your card has no credit, you can borrow a copy card at the Infodesk. Payment is then made in cash when you return the card to the Infodesk.
Follow-Me-Printing of the HSLU
Members of the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts can use "Follow-Me" printing to send documents to devices at the university and have them printed out on a desired device using the HSLU card. This also includes the multifuntion device in the copy room in our library. The instructions for installation (chapter 4) and use (see "FollowMe printer family") can be found on the website of the HSLU Service Desk.
The HSLU Campus Card can be used with the copier. The card has no credit on it, so you'll need to add some before using it for the first time.
The credit top-up and checking machines are located in the main building (Building A) on the second floor next to the administration office.
Library Copy Card
You can make single copies with a library copy card, if you don't own a HSLU Card.
The card is available at the information desk, the incurrred copy fees need to be paid there.
|A4 b/w||CHF 0.10 per copy/print|
|A4 color||CHF 0.50 per copy/print|
|A3 b/w||CHF 0.20 per copy/print|
|A3 color||CHF 1.00 per copy/print|
You can also use the multifunction copier at the ZHB Zug-Rotkreuz Campus library for scanning. Scanning is free, but you must have credit on your HSLU Card. There is also a mobile book scanner available in the copy room. You can take this to your workspace at the library, you don't need to borrow it. But it's not allowed to take it out of the library. You can download the required software onto your own notebook. Explanatory video (Only in German).