New Printing Procedures
Student computer printing will be no longer be unlimited after July 6th. The number of prints per student will be limited to the following classifications:
Once students use the total of their free prints, they will need to add money to their Express Dollars account. This can be done online, on the phone, or at the Cashier’s Window in the Student Union. Express Dollar accounts require a $5 minimum to open an account. Express Dollars carry over from semester to semester.
The charges after a student has exhausted their free prints are:
The advantage of the new printing system is that it:
The decision to end unlimited printing came after a study conducted jointly by the Library and ITS during the Spring semester of 2015 with support of the Provost.
Farmer and Dry receive CISSP Certifications
F. Tracy Farmer and Eric Dry, A-State Library, have both received their Certified Information Security System Professionals certification from ISC2 (International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium Inc). “The vendor-neutral CISSP certification is the ideal credential for those with proven deep technical and managerial competence, skills, experience, and credibility to design, engineer, implement and manage their overall information security program to protect organizations from growing sophisticated attacks.” From (https://www.isc2.org/cissp/default.aspx)
Robin Payne Retires
The Library would like to congratulate Robin Payne, Bibliographic Coordinator and Reference Librarian, on his retirement from the Dean B. Ellis Library after 29 years of service. Robin was a major contributor to library instruction, teaching sessions of the Introduction to Academic Research class as well as coordinating and teaching bibliographic instruction classes for individual classes across campus. When Robin wasn't teaching, he could often be found staffing the service desk or weeding in the stacks. His love of teaching bibliographic instruction and research methods, and of all things related to information science was only exceeded by his quiet patience with A-State’s library patrons. Robin will be greatly missed, but we wish him the best of luck!
Library staff members Christie Ollis and Eugene Whittlake received longevity awards for their service to Arkansas State University. Christie for 25 years and Eugene for 35 years of service.
Librarian Laura Downing was recognized for 20 years of service.
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