Scanning Options in the University Libraries

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Published in Monday Memo January 10, 2011

Electronic copies of your documents can be made in most of the libraries on campus. Here are some scanning locations:

Wilson Library:
- SMART Commons on first floor, two 8"x11" scanners at workstations with graphics software to manipulate images and email documents.
- Basement level, one photocopier-scanner, free to use; save to USB stick.
- Borchert Map Library, two 8"x11" scanners; three 11"x17" scanners at workstations with graphics software to manipulate images and email documents.
- Periodicals, six microfilm/microfiche scanner-copiers.

Walter Library:
- SMART Commons in room 204 Walter, two 8"x11" scanners at workstations with graphics software to manipulate images and email documents.
- Room 206, one microfilm/microfiche scanner, free to use; save to USB stick.

Magrath Library:
- Reference area, one 8"x11" scanner on the Uniprint station, free to use; save to USB stick.

BioMedical Library:
- Second Level, two 11"x17" scanners at workstations with graphics software to manipulate images and email documents.
- Room 207, one microfilm/microfiche scanner, free to use; save to USB stick.

For scanning options at the branch libraries or special collections, contact the unit directly. Most library locations provide scanners.

- Virginia Bach, on behalf of the Current Awareness and Personal Information Management Collaborative

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