We have at Fairfield University. Great feedback so far. Went live just prior to Spring 2013. We implemented WEPA. It integrates with our one-card system and allows students to print from the device of their choosing.
If you have any questions please don't hesitate.
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On Sep 3, 2013, at 11:48 AM, "Tim Pierson" <[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>> wrote:
We are looking at moving to a pay-for-print model that is outsourced where the vendor provides the printing kiosk, allowing us to get out of the student printing business altogether. We have considered placing semester quotas on students; giving students a certain amount of free prints per term and then charging for overages; and, of course, charging students for any printing on a fixed cost per page. Although any of these are viable, the executive team would like for the business office not to have to manage any pay-for-print option.
I would like to hear if anyone has outsourced student printing altogether and there experience, good or bad.
Timothy A. Pierson
Associate VP, Information Technology and CIO
Piedmont Technical College
Lex Walters Campus
620 N. Emerald Rd. | P.O. Box 1467
Greenwood, SC 29648
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