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Digital Resources

Wireless Printing

Sending Your Prints to NBPL

      1a. Go to https://www.printeron.net/nbpl/mainlibrary and upload your document. 
              OR
      1b. Attach your document to an email below: 
  • Black & White Letter (8.5"x11"): nbpl-ml-bwle@printspots.com
  • Black & White Legal (8.5"x14"): nbpl-ml-bwlg@printspots.com
  • Color Letter (8.5"x11"): nbpl-ml-colorle@printspots.com
  • Color Legal (8.5"x14"): nbpl-ml-colorlg@printspots.com
     2. Wait to receive a confirmation email. Prints can only be submitted during open hours of:
Monday - Friday: 10am-6pm and Saturday: 10am-2pm.

 

Please note that our system only holds prints for 2 hours. If you cannot come to pick up your prints within 2 hours, you will have to resubmit your print job.

Picking Up Your Prints

After you receive your confirmation email, you can pick up:

  • Curbside: When you arrive at a Curbside Spot, call the library at 830-221-4300 (number also listed on curbside parking spot sign). Library staff will print your file and bring it out to you.

    Curbside hours: Monday - Friday from 10am-6pm and Saturday from 10am-2pm.

  • Inside Library: See a staff member at the front desk and they will release the print jobs for you.

Computer Skills Tutorials

How to Zoom

Watch the video to see Zoom discuss how to join an instant meeting through an email invite, an instant messaging invite, from the browser, from the Zoom desktop and mobile application, from a landline or mobile phone, and with a H.323 or SIP device.

  • Before joining a Zoom meeting on a computer or mobile device, you can download the Zoom app from Zoom's Download Center. Otherwise, you will be prompted to download and install Zoom when you click a join link.
  • You can also join a test meeting to familiarize yourself with Zoom. Prerequisites Each meeting has a unique 9, 10, or 11-digit number called a meeting ID that will be required to join a Zoom meeting If you are joining via telephone, you will need the teleconferencing number provided in the invite.

Find more specialized Zoom tutorials here such as how to create a meeting, Zoom controls, etc.