Our book scanners allow patrons to scan documents to PDF or JPEG formats, to e-mail or save to a flash drive.
One of our microform machines allows for free printing direct from the film. The others scan the film to a PDF, which you may email to yourself to print. Students can print this PDF using their print quota. Community members will need to purchase a print top-up card if they wish to print the item in the Library.
Due to COVID 19, for the foreseeable future community patrons (non-current SUNY Fredonia students, faculty, or staff) do not have access to computers, printers, scanners, or microforms in Reed Library. This is a result of the campus effort to pool test SUNY Fredonia students, faculty, and staff. For more information, please visit Reed Library's Community Patron Services page at: https://fredonia.
Reed Library has three black and white printers and one color printer available on the first floor. These printers have been placed in different spaces to help maintain social distancing.
➤B&W - In front of the reference desk
➤B&W - In back of the reference desk
➤B&W - In front of the computer island next to the DVD Collection
➤Color - In front of the circulation desk (Service Point 2)
How do I pick up my printouts?
After sending a job to the Library printers, go to any available printer and tap your FREDCard on the red light near the front of the printer. If you do not have your FREDCard with you, you can use the touch screen to log in using your eServices username and password. Your prints will then be automatically released.
Can I send more than one printout at once?
Yes! You can send any number of jobs and release them at once. Printing jobs are held in the queue for up to eight hours.
How do I pay for my printing?
Each student begins the semester with a $20 balance in their print quota. Students can view their available balance from any campus computer, or online at print.fredonia.edu.
How do I print from my laptop?
Follow these instructions to print wirelessly.
How much does each page cost?
Single-sided black & white page - $.03
Double-sided (duplexed) black & white page - $.04
Single-sided color page - $.10
Double-sided color page - $.16
What if I run out of printing money?
Purchase a $3.00 Print Quota Top-Up Card at the circulation desk using FREDFunds. The card will show the value, code, and web address. Access the web address and then enter the code to add the indicated amount to your account. If you do not have sufficient FREDFunds for the top-up card, you may add value to your card in the Student Accounts Office, or using the Valueport machine outside the Library, near the McEwen computer lab.
How do I print double-sided from a Mac?
For Adobe Reader:
Select printer → Click yes on the "Printer Set Up..." message → Select two sided option
For Microsoft Word:
Click on the Copy & Pages drop down menu → Select "Layout" → Select "Two Sided" → Select "Long Edge Binding" or "Short Edge Binding"
Our virtual reference service is available around the clock for any questions you may have.
Fredonia librarians are available
Monday - Thursday: 10 am - 6 pm
Friday: 10 am - 4 pm
Sunday: 3 pm - 7 pm
Schedule an individual research appointment with a librarian. We are currently meeting virtually due to COVID-19.
Please address any questions or concerns to firstname.lastname@example.org
Daniel A. Reed Library • The State University of New York at Fredonia • 280 Central Ave., Fredonia, NY 14063 • 716-673-3184 • Fax: 716-673-3185 • email@example.com