There are two methods to get a Student ID Card printed:
You can request a Printed Student ID Card through your Student Dashboard HERE
Follow the guidelines on Dashboard and submit a selfie for Library Staff to confirm. It may take up to 48 hours for your photo to show up on your dashboard and for you to receive and email indicating your card is ready for pickup as it is manually created.
Click on the check box at the bottom of the screen when you submit a photo to request a printed card.
Once your Student ID has been printed by the Library, you will receive an email on your student email account indicating that your Student ID Card is ready to be picked up at the Library.
Ensure that you have a current piece of Government issued photo identification with you in order to pick up your card. (Passport, Driver's License, etc)
You can request a Printed Student ID Card by asking Library Staff at the Library Service Desk.
Ensure that you have a current piece of Government issued photo identification with you in order to set up your card. (Passport, Driver's License, etc)
We will take your photograph at our Student ID Station and print a card for you there.
Note: The product that the college uses to host videos is called Microsoft Streams, this service is available only to current students, staff and faculty.
If you are having issues viewing videos, first confirm that you are logged into your college account within Microsoft. (For students this will be your mymhc.ca account and for staff/faculty your mhc.ab.ca account.)
If you are NOT logged into your college account then log out and log back in with the proper account, navigate back to the video and try again. Remember to close out of the video and re-open it, this will allow the browser to reload the video with your proper credentials.
If you ARE logged into your college account then contact either the library (firstname.lastname@example.org) for help with library related materials or ITS (email@example.com) for help with all other video content.
A course reserve is supplementary material that is assigned by your instructor. These materials can include articles, books, and media. Materials on reserve typically have a shot loan period to allow for a class to share the resource.
Where are course reserves located?
Check your course outline or contact your instructor for information on where your course reserve is located.
Course reserves may be located:
in your course on Blackboard
in digital format and available through e-Reserves. Go to eReserves.
at the library service desk as a physical copy.
Having trouble finding or accessing your course reserve?
The MHC library has a large format printer that can handle print jobs that have one dimension that is 36-inches or less and the other dimension has no limits.
The cost is $4.50 per linear foot. You will need to add the amount needed to print the poster on your print account before you begin printing. There are two ways to add money to your printing account:
By cash at the library service desk.
By credit card using an app available on any drop-in computer on the Medicine Hat campus.
Know the dimensions of your poster. The exact dimensions are needed when printing your poster.
Save the original file type. Save your poster in the file format you designed the poster in, for example, if you used PowerPoint, save the file as a PowerPoint file (.pptx). This original file format is required to edit the poster.
Save a PNG copy of your poster. Printing an image file (PNG) is the most reliable method and allows you to see how the poster looks before printing.
Consult library staff before printing. When using the large format printer for the first time, please consult library staff for guidance when printing. See "Printing Instructions" below.
Save a copy of your project as an image file, preferrably as a PNG. Printing an image file (PNG) is the most reliable method and allows you to see how the poster looks before you print.