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Computers and printers are available for students’ use in the Library. There is a charge for all printing (billed via battels in arrears). All College rooms have Internet access through the University network (OWL). The College’s IT Office assists with connections and can advise on queries relating to computing facilities in the College and University.
The IT Office is located in Staircase III, Room 1. Opening hours: 10.00 - 12.00 and 2.00 – 4.00 pm, Monday – Friday.
- Open internet access is available on the main floor (1st floor) of the College Library (no need for username and password).
- Computer terminals, requiring your SSO log in credentials, are located on the ground floor of the Library’s lobby.
- Student Guest Wi-fi will be available for all early arrivals to the College until the beginning of 0th week for students with laptops and/or PDA devices. Student Guest Wi-fi details can be obtained from the Porters’ Lodge.
- Once in possession of the University Card, you will be eligible for access to the student computers and College and University network. The procedures will be explained at the IT talk in Freshers’ Week.
- Please address all IT related enquiries to the IT Officers (firstname.lastname@example.org).
From a SPC computer terminal, simply log in with your SSO credentials and print as you normally would. You will need your University card to release the job from the printer, by tapping it on the card reader attached to the printer. If your card does not work, please come to the IT Office so we can resolve. You can also release your print jobs by logging in to your online portal at https://print.spc.ox.ac.uk/ and clicking on the “Jobs Pending Release” link.
From a personally owned device, such as your laptop, mobile and/or tablet, go to https://print.spc.ox.ac.uk/ and click on “Web Print”. From here you can upload a Word, Excel, PowerPoint, XPS and/or PDF document for printing. Once uploaded, go to any printer with a card reader within SPC (we currently only have the one printer, but more will be coming online soon), tap your card and out will come your print job.
In both examples, if you have not released your job within 24hrs it will be automatically deleted from the system. You will not be charged once a job has been deleted.
Single Side = £0.04
Duplex = £0.06
Single Side = £0.13
Duplex = £0.20
Single Side = £0.07
Duplex = £0.10
Single Side = £0.25
Duplex = £0.50
At the end of 10th week each term the balances and reset. All accumulated charges will be batteled after this date.
Registering for a Remote Access (RA) Account
To connect to the College and University network, you will need to register and activate your RA account. This is done centrally within the University via IT Service. More detail can be found via this link http://www.oucs.ox.ac.uk/network/wireless/.
Connecting to University wide Wireless Networks (OWL/Eduroam) and College Network (SPC)
Details on how to connect to OWL and Eduroam can be found here http://www.oucs.ox.ac.uk/network/wireless/.
For details on how to connect to the SPC network, please use the instructions at the side of the page.
Alternatively, please come to the SPC IT Office in Staircase III, with your device and we will assist.
Any questions relating IT, please email us on email@example.com or pop in to the SPC IT Office.
All students must abide by the University of Oxford’s regulations governing the use of IT facilities, detailed at http://www.admin.ox.ac.uk/statutes/regulations/196-052.shtml, and the St Peter’s College Computer Rules, set out in Annex F of this handbook. Please note that unauthorised cable runs in the College’s accommodation will be removed.