Are you printing a confidential document? You don’t need to sprint to the office printer to keep others from seeing the information, you can hold the print job and walk over without fear. The video below provides instructions on how to hold a print job on a Windows computer.
You should protect your FIT ID (Campus Card) the same way you do your credit or debit card. You use your FIT ID card to enter buildings, pay for printing and meals on campus. If your FIT ID card is lost or stolen immediate notification will protect the accounts and campus access privileges. The computer […]
1. Go to https://fit-sp.blackboard.com/eAccounts Alternatively, you may log in to MyFIT with your Username and Password then select “FIT Campus Card” under FIT Web Resources. 2. Log in to your eAccount Select Patron Type *Staff receives a paycheck from FIT; Resident Assistants, Leadership Ambassadors, Orientation Leaders, Student Monitors, Tutors and other Student employees may need […]
Watch Video featuring Stitch How to add money to your account at the Phil station. You can add money to your Campus Card account for printing by visiting a PHiL Station (Payment Headquarters in Location). There are currently two locations for PHiL Stations. Library 5th Floor – Goodman Center Computer Commons CC15 – Feldman Center […]
How much does it cost to print? Black and White printing is $0.10 (10 cents) per page Color printing is $0.90 (90 cents) per page *Limited free printing during computer classes Where are printers located? Printers are located in the Open Computer Lab (CC15), in the Gladys Marcus Library and in Academic […]
Now this is taking digital printing to a whole new level – Interior Design students – are you ready for this? Digital Grotesque is a project by Michael Hansmeyer and Benjamin Dillenburger where a fully enclosed room with over 80 million surfaces was printed in 1:3 ratio by a 3D printer. Amazing. Below is a […]
MIT just released its top 10 Breakthrough Technologies of 2013 where their definition of a breakthrough is “an advance that gives people powerful new ways to use technology.” I like better how they first described the list as: Think of the most frustrating, intractable, or simply annoying problems you can imagine. Now think about what […]