Answered By: Chrissa Lindahl
Last Updated: Sep 15, 2015     Views: 60

MFD stand for "multi-functional device".  They are large xerox machines that can print, copy, scan, and fax.  Printing to these machines is less per page then printing at a smaller table top laser printer, like the ones in the library Reading Room. 

New public copiers/multi-function devices (MFDs) which can be used for printing as well as copying and scanning are located in Blanchard on the upper-level vestibule, in the Kendade atrium and in the Pratt library.  There are also two public MFDs in the library, on level 2 1/2 up the ramp from the Circulation Desk, and in the Information Commons.

To set up your personal computer or mobile device to print to a public MFD, please follow the instructions on the Google Cloud Print page on the LITS website. 

Please contact the LITS Tech Help Desk, helpdesk@mtholyoke.edu;or call x2600 with any questions about printing.

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