Papercut is Touro’s print management software. Simply stated, it’s how you print on campus. Papercut has been amazingly successful at reducing paper waste at Touro College; I admit this is entirely based on what I’ve seen at the Midtown library branch. Continue reading
In the “paper books versus e-readers” debate, I’ve always fallen firmly on the “paper books” side. Nothing against technology, but when I am going to read a book, I want to read a book, not a screen. Continue reading
Why do you see a pop-up box when you try to print something in the library?
All library computers have software called PaperCut installed on them. The pop-up box you see when you click “Print” on a document is part of PaperCut.