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The Printing Service at the IT Center – Back in Business

October 9th, 2020 | by

On 12.10.2020 the time has come: The IT Center Printing Service opens again for personal contact!

Although the opening is subject to the appropriate conditions and hygiene measures for your and our protection to prevent the spread of the Corona pandemic, posters, billboards and the like can finally be collected in person again from next Monday at the IT Center, Seffenter Weg 23.

It is important that you book an appropriate date for pickup. How to do that and what else you need to know is explained in this blog post.

On Monday, to be exact, the Printing Service will be reopened for poster and billboard pick-ups.

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Collection of print jobs – not without an appointment

From Monday, October 12, 2020, finished print jobs can now be picked up in person at the office building at Seffenter Weg 23 by appointment. With the confirmation mail that the print job is ready, you will receive a link to the appointment scheduling tool for picking it up at the Printing Service.

The booking of an appointment is mandatory, because you will be expected at the infoPoint of the IT Center and will be admitted to the building. If you are unable to attend your appointment, please cancel it directly with the Printing Service. You can also find the contact in the corresponding appointment planning tool.

Pickup is possible from Monday to Friday between 09:00am and 12:00pm. Appropriate appointment slots will be provided for you to choose from in the scheduling tool.

What else is to be considered?

As usual, we need a legitimation from you for the pickup. Please bring your print service pass with you. -Please remember that you only pick up print jobs when you feel healthy.

As already announced by the RWTH Aachen University, wearing a mouth-nose cover is also mandatory in the IT Center. Furthermore you have the possibility to use the disinfectant dispensers at many places in the IT Center. Please take advantage of this offer to protect yourself and others.

Furthermore, we do not use practices such as shaking hands or further physical contact and we attach importance to keeping a minimum distance of 2 meters. In return, you will receive our most beautiful smile, which will reach you even beyond the mouth-nose cover.

Do you have questions or suggestions? Then leave us a comment.

Thanks for your understanding. Please stay healthy.

Responsible for the content of this article are Nicole Filla and Christian Reuters.

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