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by Joe Lee

Acquisition of new printers i. Quota-controlled free printing service Although the existing printers for supporting the quota-controlled free printing service have only been used for about 3 years, they break down quite frequently due to abnormal wear-and-tear resulting from year after year ...

by Joe Lee

A. Printing a Single Copy of Course Work is Green According to the printing usage records in recent years, most students have printed one copy of their work only. Print Jobs 2009* 2010 * 20/1/2009 - 31/12/2009. Semester started on 12/1/2009. Printing system was upgraded on 20/1/2009 and able to ...

by Joe Lee

Hitting new record high sometimes is good but it is certainly not the case in student printing as more trees are destroyed and substantial energy is consumed to produce tons of paper, distribute them and print them. The following chart depicts the usage trend of quota-controlled free student ...

by Joe Lee

dual monitors
We are pleased to inform you that the over 10-year old Opscan 8/50 Optical Mark Reader is finally replaced by a new Sekonic SR-3500 machine. This machine supports all our existing standard forms and is bundled with a user-friendly application. In addition, another Sekonic SR-1800 machine has also ...

by Joe Lee

The Computing Services Centre (CSC) implemented the Quota Controlled Printing System in December 2003 to better manage student printing activities initiated from open access computers in its Terminal Areas on Level 2, Academic Building. (For details, please refer to Network Computing Issues 38 and ...

by Joe Lee

The Computing Services Centre (CSC) announced the new fast printing service as a supplement to the existing quota-based printing service to all students on Jan 31 2007 (Ref.: Network Computing Issue 51 - March 2007). As expected, this service was well received by students. The following table ...

by Joe Lee

As the demand for laser printing has been increasing steadily in recent years due to increased e-Learning activities, the Computing Services Centre (CSC) has planned to implement supplementary laser printing service for students in Semester A (Ref: Network Computing Issue 49 - September 2006). After ...

by Joe Lee

According to statistics, our students printed more than 12 million pages (black & white) in year 2005-06 inside the Computing Services Centre (CSC). This is a new record! In fact, the demand for laser printing has been increasing steadily in recent years due to increased e-Learning activities ...

by Joe Lee

With a view to resolving the laser printing problem in the Computing Services Centre (CSC), the CSC has conducted a pilot run of print monitoring system in the three large terminal rooms and then the other teaching studios as well from mid December 2003 to mid January 2004 (i.e. the semester break) ...

by Joe Lee

Providing the best services and facilities for students is one of CSC's goals. Therefore, in 2002, the CSC installed 130 laser printers in the CSC Student Terminal Area and provided free laser printing facility to students to encourage academic work and learning. After installation, students enjoyed ...