Print / Copy / Scan
All libraries and student computing rooms are equipped with Samsung and Canon multifunction print, copy and scan devices. Samsung devices are enabled for colour and black and white Follow-Me Printing and a number of devices also include finishers with stapling and booklet making functionality. All Canon MFDs are enabled for Follow Me Printing.
Please see the IT printing pages for full details of printing services and see here for prices. A0 and A1 poster printing is also available.
Computing and printing facilities are provided by IT, and in order to print you will need to log on to a computer with your King's IT account which is provided for students, staff, affiliates and eligible NHS staff.
Anyone with a KCL IT account can make photocopies using their print credit on the Samsung MFDs. See here for instructions on how to set up your King's ID for printing. Prices for photocopying on these devices are the same as printing.
Before photocopying you should be aware of the copyright legislation and user guidelines. The Licensed Copying User Guidelines produced by the Copyright Licensing Agency are displayed by each photocopy machine. For further details see: Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988.
Archives and Special Collections
Please note that special arrangements apply for copying material from Archives and Special Collections.
At Franklin-Wilkins, the Maughan, New Hunt's House and Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) libraries there is a scan to email facility available via the new Samsung MFDs. Please see here for more information on this service.
At the Weston Education Centre library there is a scan to email facility available via the Canon and new Samsung MFDs.
At St Thomas' House library there is a flat bed scanner attached to a non-networked PC. If you are using this device please bring a USB memory device to save your scans. Please also ensure that you observe copyright restrictions when scanning.
Self-service binding facilities are available at libraries of all five King's campuses. Find out more information here.