The students who use the Atlanta University Center Woodruff Library change every semester. The technologies they use change every minute. The library serves the former by keeping pace with the latter. One example is the library's state-of-the-art Copy & Print Center managed by Xerox, according to Loretta Parham, Woodruff's CEO and Director.
The AUC Woodruff Library doesn't just meet changing student needs. It anticipates them. How? With an innovative Copy & Print Center managed by Xerox. Loretta Parham, Woodruff's CEO and Director, explains what that process is like and shares reactions from the community. Watch the Anticipating Demand video.
Students and faculty from four different colleges print a wide range of documents on Xerox equipment at Atlanta University Center Library – from syllabi to flyers to posters. And no one has to leave campus to do it. Loretta Parham, AUC Library CEO and Director, explains why.
University libraries are usually the quietest buildings on campus. But the AUC Woodruff Library encourages students and faculty to speak up by providing feedback and suggestions. Loretta Parham, Woodruff's CEO and Director, explains the input process.
Exam time is crunch time for everyone at AUC Library, including the staff at the library's Copy & Print Center. During exams, the center expands its hours to ensure that students can print whatever they need, whenever they need it. The Copy & Print Center designed by Xerox is well equipped for the increased demand.
The main goal of the Copy & Print Center at AUC Woodruff Library is to serve students and faculty. But the Xerox-managed center also helps the library promote its own services – meaning AUC Woodruff gets more juice for the squeeze. Woodruff librarian Yolanda Gilmore Bibins offers some examples.
What does an institution of higher education want from its managed print services partner? Greater efficiencies and cost savings, for certain. But if you're the Atlanta University Center Woodruff Library, you have even greater expectations for your onsite Xerox partnership, according to Woodruff CEO and Director Loretta Parham.