In the event of an unscheduled absence or lateness, please notify the Director, Library Services, Monica Kuna as soon as possible at:
Also, please call the main library number (215) 968-8009 (x8009) and inform those currently staffing the desk if your absence or lateness will be on the same day as your notice.
*Separate tab for Media Lab Software on Campus Classroom/Lab Software XLS*
Help students find the software they need.
See the attached list for Photoshop, Final Cut, SPSS, and more.
Students must have a valid and current Student ID card to check out a laptop.
Student ID Cards with photos on them can be used to check out laptops. In this case, it is not necessary to have an additional photo ID like a driver's license to check out laptops.
Student ID Cards without photos require an additional official photo ID (driver's license, passport, state ID) to check out a laptop. A smartphone image of a driver's license or state ID is acceptable as a photo ID, along with the Student ID Card.
If you get questions from Music and Multimedia students looking for Adobe Assistance send students to the following:
Hicks 120—Open lab is as follows:
Effective Spring 2019 a new Student ID system has been put in place!
Students are now able to submit their own photo using their bucks email address to firstname.lastname@example.org
The "Student ID Card Flyer" contains information regarding the guidelines for the new process can be found below.
There be a $10.00 replacement fee for replacement IDs. Students can pay by cash and check at the Newtown service desk, or submit a consent form to have the fee added to their student account so they can pay by credit card or if they need a replacement sent to UBC or LBC. There will be a spreadsheet regarding tracking payment for replacement IDs; please update and follow accordingly. Consent forms can be found below and should be submitted to Newtown via Interoffice mail ASAP.
YOU MUST CHECK A GOVERNMENT ID OR SECONDARY ID WHEN STUDENTS PICK UP EMAILED PHOTO!
Hats will no longer be allowed to be worn for photo IDs.
UBC and LBC will continue to follow the remote photo ID process if a student wishes to not submit their own photo; please remember to update the spreadsheets accordingly.
All enrolled students will begin with a $25.00 printing quota for 400 pages. Printouts are $0.05 per one-sided page or $0.08 for a duplex (two-sided) page.
After students deplete an initial quota of $25 worth of printing, they will be charged to print. Messages regarding this change have been sent to students from Student Life via email and snail mail. Students requiring additional printing quota at no cost may request a quota increase. More information and directions for students to request a printing quota increase may be found at the Help Desk guide: http://bucks.libguides.com/HelpDeskStudents/papercut
If anyone has any questions or concerns in regards to printing please visit: http://www.bucks.edu/resources/it/printing/
OR contact the Help Desk at:
The Library is an awesome place!
This guide is the result of a collaborative effort by the Library Technicians and the Help Desk staff at Bucks County Community College:
Deborah White, Cataloger
Barbara Gilmore, Interlibrary Loans
Mary Fravel, Stacks
Andrew Gottesman, Acquisitions
Jana O'Grady, Serials
Equipment Agreement Field in Workflows
*Equipment agreements are now valid for the entire academic year.
A fixed field has been created under Demographics called, Equipment Agreement. This contains a pull-down with the upcoming academic year, "201819."
At Checkout, click on the user ID or Name to see the glossary, where you can quickly check the Equipment Agreement field.