MEDIA RELEASE - For immediate release
Date: April 25, 2016
Contact: Jodi Nielsen, Senior Program Educator
Print From Any Device at Your Library: Member Libraries now offer wireless printing as a service for patrons
Washington County, Oregon: Printing at the library just got easier! Washington County Cooperative Library Services (WCCLS) is now offering a new cloud-based printing service that makes printing on-the-go convenient. With Print from Anywhere, library visitors can print documents, email messages, or web content to a library printer from a laptop in the library, a computer from home, or a mobile device from almost anywhere.
With the WCCLS Print from Anywhere, patrons have three options for printing: web form, email, or mobile app. There are no print drivers or additional software to install. Once they successfully submit a document, it waits in a private queue at the library for at least four hours. At the library, patrons can release print jobs by entering their email addresses and paying for the pages they print.
Print from Anywhere is currently available at many WCCLS libraries, and is expected to be at most locations within the next few months. For more information, visit www.wccls.org/printfromanywhere.
The Washington County Cooperative Library Services (WCCLS) includes: Banks Public Library, Beaverton City Library, Beaverton City Library @ Murray Scholls, Cedar Mill Community Library, Cedar Mill Community Library @ Bethany, Cornelius Public Library, Forest Grove City Library, Garden Home Community Library, Hillsboro Public Libraries (Main and Shute Park), North Plains Public Library, Sherwood Public Library, Tigard Public Library, Tualatin Public Library, and West Slope Community Library. Two specialty libraries are also a part of the Cooperatives library card service — the Oregon College of Art & Craft and the Tuality Health Education Resource Center.