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Health Sciences Library FAQs

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Health Sciences Library Resources FAQs

@ Health Sciences Library

 

Who can help me at the Health Sciences library?

       (L-R, Elisheva Berenstein, Annette Carr, Kelly Tenny, Heather Hilton)

The friendly Health Sciences Library staff located in Room L201 on the second floor of the Law Library. Follow the blue signs!

How do I find a book at the Health Sciences Library?

The Health Sciences books are found on the stacks with the blue labels. They are shelved according to the Library of Congress Classification System. If you can't find a book- come see us in Room L201. Come to room L201 to check out the book or the circulation desk on the first floor. 

Where can I find the most in demand books for my classes?

 

 

In the Reserve Books and Materials room, located in Room L201.  You can check it out for up to 3 hours and use it in the library. 

How can I find supplies at the Health Sciences Library?

I need a phone charger!

It would be helpful to have dry erase markers to write on the whiteboards.

A calculator would be really useful!

Relax- all these supplies are available to borrow at the Health Sciences Library. We have iPhone chargers, calculators, headphones, white boards, dry erase markers & colored pencils that can be checked out. 

 

Where can I find help with research?

Come see us in Room L201 for help with research. We will support you in your research needs and show you the best search methods!

Databases are a great place to search for individual articles from newspapers, magazines, and academic journals. 

While many news and magazine articles may also be found with an internet search engine, our subscription databases can provide you with access to older articles that are not available online and other pay-per-view materials, plus additional options to refine your search. As far as scholarly articles go, databases should be your first stop! Most scholarly literature is not freely available.  

 
 

How do I book a study room?

 

For Students (must have a @student.touro.edu email domain to book a study room):

  1. Go to the Touro Law Library’s homepage - https://www.tourolaw.edu/

  2. Click on Law Library, then Study Room Reservations

  3. Click on the online system link

  4. Choose on which floor you want reserve the study room.

  5. Choose the date you want to reserve on the calendar on the left. The current day will be shown by default. You can only reserve for that day and the following day. 

  6. Choose which study room you would like to reserve. You can click in the INFO box next to the room number to get information on the particular room. 

  7. Choose the available time slot you would like to book.

  8. Click on Submit Time Slot.

  9. Read though the Terms and click Continue. 

  10. Fill out the form to complete the booking. 

  11. Click on Submit My Booking

Who can help me with BONES?

You can borrow the BONES BOX from the Reserve Materials in Room L201 to study in the library.

Where can I find a computer to use?

                                   

There are 2 computer labs on the third floor that can be used by students.

There is also a computer on each floor that can be used by students. 

The login for the computers is academic\username then your password. 

Health Science students login using academic\ and along with their TouroOne username login. They then type in the TouroOne password.

 For example, if a student has the TouroOne username of ajones, they would type academic\ajones into the top box. They would type their TouroOne password into the second box:

The computer should login them in and allow them usage.

 

How do I log into a computer?

SHS Student Computer Login

In order to login to a computer at the Law School campus, student need to follow the instructions here:

Health Science students login using academic\ and along with their TouroOne username login. They then type in the TouroOne password.

 For example, if a student has the TouroOne username of ajones, they would type academic\ajones into the top box. They would type their TouroOne password into the second box:

The computer should login them in and allow them usage.

How can I print?

 

The college has implemented a single printing platform that will allow the community to print to any TCUS printer, at any campus throughout the Touro College system. TCUS Print will enable you to print from your personal devices, iOS, Android, Mac, Chrome OS or PC, while connected to the Touro College network. You can then release your prints from any designated TCUS printer by entering your TouroOne portal credentials. 

In addition, all students will be given a free print allocation yearly to aid their academic endeavors.

  • Graduate students will receive 1000 prints
  • Undergraduates will receive 500 prints

This one-time allocation will be given to all current and new students, without expiration, as long as they remain an active student. This allocation has no monetary value and cannot be refunded or transferred.   

How to Activate Tap-to-Print

TCUS Print: How to Activate Tap-to-Print

To use Tap-to-Print, you will need a Proximity ID cardProximity ID cards are contactless ID cards that allow a user to access a building or room by swiping or holding the card against a reader device. Not all ID cards are proximity cards

You must associate your proximity ID card with the PaperCut system to begin. This is a one-time procedure. When you associate your proximity ID card at one TCUS Printer, it will apply to all TCUS printers.

1. Go to a TCUS labeled printer at your location

2. Tap your proximity ID card on the card reader

3. You will see the following message on the printer touchscreen: ‘Unknown card, do you wish to associate this card with your account?’

Press ‘Yes’

4. Enter your TouroOne portal username and password

5. Press ‘OK’

6. Press the ‘Logout’ button or tap your proximity ID card on the card reader to end your session

Printing From a Computer Lab

TCUS Print: Printing From a Computer Lab

1. Print your document(s) from whichever application you are using

2. The TCUS Print (PaperCut MF) application will alert you that your document has been sent to the print queue

3. Go to any TCUS labeled printer at your location

4. Log into the printer with your TouroOne username and password

5. Your documents will be listed on the touch screen. You can:

      a. Print all of them at once by pressing ‘Print All’

b. Print one at a time by pressing the document name, followed by the ‘Print’ button

5. Press the ‘Logout’ button to end your session when you are finished printing

TCUS Mobility Print: Printing From Your Own Device

TCUS Mobility Print: Printing from your own Device

TCUS Mobility Print is an application which enables you to print to a TCUS printer at your campus from your own device, e.g., iOS, Android, MacOS, Windows, and Chromebook using a downloaded app on your mobile device.

Please be sure that you're viewing this article from the device you intend to use TCUS Mobility Print from.

1. Connect your device to the campus Wi-Fi

2. Click on the link from the list below which corresponds to your campus location. This will automatically detect the kind of device you are using and provide the appropriate application download and installation instructions

1602 Ave. J Campus

1726 Kings Hwy Campus

2002 Ave. J Campus

31st Street Campus

40th Street Campus

946 Kings Hwy Campus

Dov Revel Campus

Harlem Campus

Lander College for Men Campus

Lander College for Women Campus

Middletown Campus

Neptune Ave. Campus

Quentin Road Campus

SLE Campus

Starrett City Campus

Touro College Long Island Campus (Law & SHS)

3. Follow the instructions on your device to complete the installation process

4. To print:

macOS:

1. In the apple menu, click 'System Preferences'

2. Click 'Printers & Scanners'

3. Click the '+' icon under the printer list

4. Select the printer

5. Make sure next to 'Use', it says 'Secure AirPrint'. If its not, disconnect from the network, reconnect and try again

6. Open the content you'd like to print

7. The way you print depends on the application you are using. When you click 'Print', make sure the printer is the correct printer

8. Enter your TouroOne username and password and click 'Ok'

*Proceed down to step 5

iOS:

1. Open the content you'd like to print

2. Tap the 'Share' icon

3. Swipe left, then click the 'Print' icon 

4. Tap 'Select Printer'

5. Select the TCUS printer you'd like to print to

6. Enter your TouroOne portal username and password then tap 'OK'

7. To change the print options (if necessary), click 'Options'

8. Tap 'Print' in the top right of the screen

*Proceed down to step 5

Windows:

1. Open the content you'd like to print

2. Select to Print your content. How you print depends on the application you are using

2. Select the printer in the 'Destination' field and check the print settings

3. Click 'Print

*Proceed down to step 5

Andriod:

1. Open the content you'd like to print

2. Select to Print your content. How you print depends on the application you are using

3. Choose the printer you'd like to print to. Tap the down arrow to update any print settings

4. Enter your TouroOne Portal username and password then tap 'Print'

*Proceed down to step 5

Chromebook:

1. Open the content you'd like to print

2. Select to Print your content. How you print depends on the application you are using

3. Update the Printer in the Destination field (if necessary)

4. Update the print settings if necessary

5. Click 'Print'

6. Enter your TouroOne Portal username and password and click 'Print'

*Proceed down to step 5

*There are also video tutorials you can access by clicking on the link below which corresponds with your device’s operating system.

macOS

iOS

Windows

Android

Chromebook

After you have sent your documents out to print:

5. Go to any TCUS labeled printer at your location

6. Log into the printer by entering your TouroOne username and password on the touchscreen

7. Your documents will be listed. You can:

a. Print all of them at once by pressing ‘Print All’          

b. Print one at a time by pressing the document name, followed by the ‘Print’ button

c. Press the ‘Logout’ button to end your session when you are finished printing

TCUS Web Print: Printing From Your Own Device

TCUS Web Print: Printing From Your Own Device

TCUS Web Print enables you to print documents wirelessly from your device - to any TCUS printer at your location – using a web browser while on Touro’s Wi-Fi network.

1. Connect your device to Touro’s Wi-Fi network. *The 'Guest' network will not work

2. Go to TCUS Print at https://tcusprint.touro.edu:9192 and log in with your TouroOne portal username and password

3. Click ‘Web Print’, then ‘Submit a Job’

4. Select the ‘Printer Name’ which corresponds to your location, then click ‘Print Options and Account Selection'

5. Enter the number of copies you'd like and click ‘Upload Documents'

6. Click ‘Upload from computer’

7. Select your document and click ‘Open’. Please note: each document will be a unique print job

8. Click ‘Upload and Complete’

9. The print job status will say ‘Held in Queue'. You will now need to go to any TCUS labeled printer at your location

10. Login on the printer by entering your TouroOne portal username and password 

11. Your documents will be listed on the touch screen. You can:

      a. Print all of them at once by pressing ‘Print All’

b. Print one at a time by pressing the document name, followed by the ‘Print’ button

12. Press the ‘Logout’ button to end your session when you are finished printing

How to Add Funds To Your TCUS Print Account

How to Add Funds To Your TCUS Print Account

*You must be connected to the Touro Network to be about to put funds on your TCUS Print Account

1. Login to your TouroOne portal account

2. Click the ‘Home- Students’ option from the left side navigation menu

3. In the IT Services portlet, click ‘Access PaperCut

4. Enter your TouroOne portal username and password and click ‘Log in'

5. Once you get into TCUS Print, you will see a Summary of your account. You will be able to see your balance here, as well as any outstanding print job(s)

6. Click ‘Add Credit’ from the left side navigation menu

7. Click the dropdown menu to select the amount you would like to add (it is recommended that you add only the amount needed for your current print job, since there are no refunds once you leave Touro)

The amount options are 

  • $2.00 
  • $5.00  
  • $10.00 
  • $15.00 
  • $20.00 
  • $25.00  

*Printing costs $0.05/B&W print, and $0.50/color print. A 2-sided B&W print is $0.08/print

8. Click ‘Add value’ 

9. Enter your credit card and billing information and click ‘Continue’ 

TCUS Print FAQs

FAQ: TCUS Print

What happens if I need a refund due to a printing problem?

To get a refund for a print job that malfunctioned open a case at help.touro.edu.

Can I get a refund for unused printing funds after leaving Touro?

There are no refunds for unused printing funds. When adding funds to your account, make sure that you only add the amount needed for current printing. The minimum amount that can be added to your account is $2.00.

Why can't my card be used for Tap-to-Print?

Only some Touro ID cards are proximity cards. Not all locations currently have this feature. All users can log in to a printing device with their TouroOne portal credentials.

Can I print in color?

Most printers are black and white printers and do not print in color. Check with your local IT support staff to find out more about your local printing options

What if I’m printing and the printer runs out of paper?

Contact the local IT support staff at your site for assistance with paper supplies.

What if the printer I’m trying to print to does not work?

Go to the next available printer and log in there to release your print job.

What is the cost for printing?

All students are given a one-time printing allotment: 1,000 prints for graduate students and 500 prints for undergraduate students.
Once your allotment is used up, the cost for printing is $0.05/B&W print, and $0.50/color print. A 2-sided B&W print is $0.08/print.

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