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Scan with Photocopiers, too!
Self-service copiers in Barker, Dewey, Hayden, and Rotch libraries can scan files to e-mail:
- Place your item on the glass, press the "Scan/Fax" button, select "Direct Input" and enter your e-mail address on the keypad.
- Scanning to e-mail from the copiers is free, but there is a limit of 20 pages per transmission.
Have a big scanning project?
No-cost, self-service book scanners are available for all library visitors. The scanners allow easy copying of most library materials.
Each of these locations, as well as the Lewis Music Library, also have combination photocopier/scanners for use. Capability of these scanners is limited, for instance you cannot preview your scanned image. They do have a document feeder and use is free.
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Scanner Capabilities and Output Options
- Scan bound or flat originals in full color, grayscale, and black & white modes
- Scanner resolution goes up to 400 ppi/dpi in color
- Scanner bed can accommodate materials up to 17x 24 inches
Scanner Output Options
- Save images from the scanner in various file formats: PDF, JPEG, PNG, and more
- Send image files via email (20MB limit); save to a USB flash drive