Teachers Relinquish Individual Printers In Favour of Canon Multifunctional Devices and uniFLOW
Teachers at Grace Lutheran Primary School at Clontarf on the Redcliffe Peninsula have dispensed with individual printers and a managed print shop in favour of a shared print environment.
Canon has implemented imageRUNNER Multifunctional Devices (MFD) and uniFLOW software across the school, providing a more flexible, measurable and cost-effective way to manage print work flows, that also reduces paper consumption.
Open, interactive classrooms meant the MFDs could be strategically placed between rooms for greater accessibility.
With uniFLOW staff members use a swipe card to securely print and copy from any MDF in the school. Pupils can also print with a classroom card, though teachers can monitor print and give final approval – the ultimate solution for a primary school environment.
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