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NSU Oceanographic Campus Library: Tablets, Scanner, Printing, & WiFi

Tablets

The OCL has two Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 tablets available.

  • 1.6 GHz processor
  • 10 GB HD
  • 2 GB RAM with 16 GB flash memory
  • Android Nougat 7.0
Galaxy Tab A

Please see supporting resources below!

The OCL has two Apple iPad Pro 10.5" tablets available.

  • 2.3 GHz processor
  • 4 GB RAM with 64 GB flash memory
  • iOS10

 

Please see supporting resources below!

iPad

The OCL has three ASUS Eee Pad Transformer TF101 tablets available.

  • 1 GHz processor
  • 1 GB RAM with 16 GB flash memory
  • Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.3
ASUS Eee Pad

WiFi Access

You can register for WiFi access for any NSU campus with just your SharkLink ID and password!  Select the NSU WiFi network SSID 1NSU from the list of WiFi networks.  Input your SharkLink ID without the @nova.edu into Username/Identity and your SharkLink password as the prompted Password.

For Wireless Help, please visit their online help site, or contact the help desk: 

Contact Help Desk:

Hours of Operation:

Monday - Friday  7:00am -10:00pm

Saturday - 8:30am-5:00pm

Sunday - 8:30am -12:00am

(954) 262-HELP (4357)
1-800-541-6682, ext. 24357
help@nova.edu

Email

NSU now uses Multi Factor Authentication to log into Office365.  This includes NSU Email.

Please review these links to set up MFA on your account:

https://www.nova.edu/oiit/office-365/help/multi-factor-authentication.html

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/account/authenticator

Poster Printing at the Oceanographic Campus

Option 1:   Market Place Account
1.  Remit payment through the Market Place account

  • Select poster size
  • Select quantity
  • Add to cart
  • Fill in required information, hit continue
  • Checkout

2.  Submit a ticket via NSU Service Manager

  • Sign in to NSU Service Manager
  • Under I Need Help With…
  • Under Hardware Issues, select printer/scanner/copier issues
  • Details to add: Size of the poster, how many, need date, attach file for printing

3.  OIIT (Arnold Jean ajeanjr@nova.edu) will receive this request, confirm payment has beenreceived, and complete the printing job. Please allow 1-3 business days for processing.

4.  Posters can be picked up in one of two places

  • On tables in the graduate student lounge
  • Hanging in the hallway across from the student lounge

Option 2:  Using a Grant
1.  PI of the grant sends an email directly to Ashley Le an669@nova.edu

  • Email should include:
    • Grant information
    • Name of students who are printing the posters
    • Quantity/Size of posters
  • Ashley will create invoice and send to Nicole Hook for processing

2.  Once this email is sent, the PI or students can submit a ticket via NSU Service Manager

  • Sign in to NSU Service Manager
  • Submit an Issue
    • Under What Type of Issue are You Reporting, select Computer or Hardware Issue
    • Select Printer/Scanner/Copier issues
    • Details to add: Size of the poster, how many, need date, attach file for printing

3.  OIIT (Arnold Jean ajeanjr@nova.edu) will receive this request, confirm payment has been received, and complete the printing job. Please allow 1-3 business days for processing.

4.  Posters can be picked up in one of two places

  • On tables in the graduate student lounge
  • Hanging in the hallway across from the student lounge

Printing

For information on how to print documents within the Oceanographic Center Library (or any printer on NSU Campuses), please click the link below.

The Pay-for-Print allocation consists of a $75 to be used only for printing or photocopying purposes across all NSU campuses. The allocation runs from July 1st of each year through June 30th of the next fiscal year. Each year on June 30th, any remaining Pay-for-Print balance not yet used will be forfeited. On July 1st of each year, all registered NSU students (non-tuition waiver) will receive a new allocation of $75.

You can now print from your smartphone or laptop with the Mobility Printing app.  Read the guides below to set up and use the app.

Select Oceanography Printing from the list of printers to print at the OCL:

KIC Scanner

  

Scanning Station

An all-in-one Knowledge Information Center (KIC) walk up scanning station and copy center is available for us in the library.  This scanning station allows you to scan books right up to the edge without damaging them and to have access to a high end scanning option for papers and reports.  You can scan directly to USB drive, email, upload to cloud storage, upload using QR Code, or print to the printer in the library using your $75 Shark Funds allowance using the SharkPrint system.  

You have the option to save your scan in one of the following formats:

  • Searchable PDF
  • Quick PDF
  • JPEG
  • PNG
  • Rich Text
  • Audio