That's what we've done for years.  We not only use recycled computer printouts as scrap paper for tutoring, we also use the "clean" side in our office printer for our everyday needs (memos to higher-ups get fresh paper) and in the lab printer for students to print drafts, e-mail, webpage info.  Our library also has used paper in its printers for students to print database articles, citations, and all that.

Elizabeth Dewey
Teaching/Learning Center, Delta College
University Center, MI 48710

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Maybe you could work with one of your computer labs to use the massive
amounts of papers that students print but do not retrieve.


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