All printing, photocopying and scanning can be retrieved from any MFD (multifunctional device) in the Library.
Ask a member of staff if you need any help.
The photocopy functions are quite extensive and include facilities to reduce/enlarge documents, duplex copy and much more. A member of staff can assist you should you need to use these functions.
Please be mindful when photocopying from copyrighted material, such as books and periodicals. You may consult CLA guidelines for information on how much you may copy.
We have a number of laptops for you to borrow at all Centres. The laptop is your responsibility whilst it is in your possession and it may only be used within the Library. Due to Covid-19, we have made some changes to the lending procedure.
Charging cables are available, please ask at the Help Desk.
If you discover the laptop is faulty please speak to a member of staff.
PCs are available to students in the Library, some with specialist software such as AutoCAD or Adobe Photoshop.
Due to Covid-19, you must book a PC in advance of your visit using the Book a Space page. You may book your PC up to 2 weeks in advance, up to 3 hrs at a time.
You will receive an email receipt of you booking which includes a 3 digit code number. Upon arriving in the Library, find your PC and scan the displayed QR code, or follow the link in your email to check in. You will be prompted for your 3 digit code.
When you leave, please check out using the same link.
If you wish to use your own laptop in any of our Libraries, you can do so. Free Wi-Fi facility is available. Connect to the 'Lincoln College Wireless' network with your usual College username and password.
Be aware: all internet traffic is monitored through the College web filtering system.
You can print from your own device, but it is restricted to black & white and double-sided only.
As a Lincoln College student, you will have access to Office 365, which allows you to use a variety of Microsoft Office apps online including Word, Excel, Outlook, and Powerpoint, among others. This gives you access to these programs wherever you have an internet connection, making working from home easier than ever. You will also be able to download and install the full version of Microsoft Office apps to your personal computer through Office 365.
To log on to Office 365 for the first time:
As USB memory sticks cannot be used with College computers, the best way to transfer work between home and college is to use One Drive. This is the cloud storage drive accessed through Office 365, which offers 1TB of storage space. Documents and files saved here will be available wherever you have internet access.
When you log in to Moodle for the first time, you will be required to complete your profile details. All the fields marked with * are mandatory.
Some courses at College use an alternative VLE called Canvas. Your tutor will inform you if this is the case.