Copying, Printing & Supplies
San Francisco Campus
In an effort to reduce waste and paper use, CCA encourages the use of paperless readers. This can be accomplished via high-speed scanners at no charge to the college or the students.
In cases where paper readers are necessary, students can make their own fair-use copy on 100 percent recycled paper from the master on reserve in the library. Beginning August 2012, the service has moved from the first floor (near the A2 Café) to the second floor (adjacent to other digital-based output and technology support staff).
It remains a 24-hour, seven-days-a-week self-service operation, available for faculty and student use.
- Lower-priced B&W and color copying than previously offered
- Document scanning for paperless readers (PDF) at no charge
Students can still check out a master from the SF library as they do now for making their own fair-use paper copy. And—this is new—faculty or students can make a paperless PDF for free and instructors can post it on Moodle for their students to access. This can be done using the same master reader that faculty leave in the library on reserve for their students.
View The Guide for how to prepare course readings for use in Moodle or for library reserves at California College of the Arts.
CCA is partnering with Modern Times Bookstore in San Francisco to provide textbooks for students enrolled in our courses. Faculty may place orders with Modern Times by submitting an order form to Modern Times before the start of each semester. Please contact Modern Times at firstname.lastname@example.org for changes or questions.
Faculty can still use Green Copy or other off-site vendors and turn receipts in for reimbursement. Check with your program manager about this.
Instead of signing a book, all copying will be tracked through the very successful print accounting system the students have been using for years. This system has been expanded to include faculty and customized to accommodate tracking copier use. Program managers will receive usage reports for their review as they did from the previous vendor. Student accounts will remain unchanged.
Students and faculty will login using their CCA ID number and a four-digit PIN that can be found by visiting http://directory.cca.edu and selecting Account Management then Retrieve PIN.
This facility is geared toward faculty and students. Administrative staff in San Francisco will do their volume copying, binding, etc., via an off-site pick-up and delivery service. Additional details are expected from Jackie Craddock.
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