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State of the Library 2020

Wireless Printing Station

  • As of January 2019, the Library became the first campus location to offer wireless printing from any device, making printing faster and more convenient for students.
  • To print wirelessly, users may download the Wēpa print driver to their laptop, or the Wēpa mobile app to their iOS device. Or they may print directly from a flash drive or cloud storage provider such as Google Drive, Dropbox, or OneDrive.
  • Prints are 10 cents per page for black and white and 25 for color, payable by Eagle Bucks, credit card, or PayPal.
  • The Wēpa printer is located across from the One-Stop Library Services Desk in the Library Information Commons (LRC-4).

Wepa Wireless Printing Station

3D Printing

  • In September 2019, the Library launched 3D printing services to ORU faculty and students as part of its commitment to promote and support transformative teaching and learning with emerging and innovative technologies.
  • Myra Bloom, in discussion with Dan Eller, wrote the 3D printing policy as well as created a user guide, training sign-up form, and user agreement form.

Image of 3D Printer

  • To obtain the certification required to use the 3D printer, students may attend a brief training session taught by Dan Eller. STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) students were among the first to receive this certification.

3D Printer Training