Using your NSCC printing credits and designated NSCC open computer lab printers (DB203 & LE226.) NSCC's mobile printing solution enables you to print a variety of file formats without installing anything on your device:
All Microsoft Office files
All Open Office files
JPG, GIF, PNG, TIF
To utilize the mobile printing service from your personal device you must be signed into the North Shore Community College Wifi network.
Sign into the Mobile Printing Portal with your pipeline username and password then select the Web Print tab. Click the "Choose File" button and navigate to a file (file type restrictions apply) and select it. Then click "Next." Your job will display in a queue at the bottom of the page. After several seconds you will be prompted to select which printer you'd like to use. Once you select a printer your file will print and money will automatically be deducted from your NSCC printing account.
To print out a webpage copy and paste the URL into the "Web Address To Print" box then follow the same steps as above.
This mobile printing method allows you to print emails and attachments not only from laptops and netbooks but also any email-enabled device, including iPads and smartphones.
Open your email and select the message you'd like to print then forward that email to email@example.com. If this is your first time using the email print service, you will receive a return email asking you to register your email address. Follow the link in the email and enter your email address and myNorthshore username & password to register. Next log into the Mobile Printing Portal and click on the "My Print Jobs" tab. You'll see your recently sent email, as well as any attachments that may have been included, listed as a print job(s). The text of the email and each attachment will be shown as separate print job. Select a printer to use for each job and you're done.
Note: Once you have forwarded the email to firstname.lastname@example.org you have five minutes to log into the Mobile Printing Portal and release the print job(s). After five minutes, idle print jobs will expire and need to be sent again.